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    Member animalcracker's Avatar
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    hear is my site in the attached file. I really need help when i did the pic and stuff everything ends up on the left side with the background in the middle. how do i make the layers stay where they are supposed to be!

    i was told to do this stuff:
    nstead of using a table to create the colour you can use a vertically repeating background image. (see attached image: 'repeater.gif')

    Add the addional CSS code to your page(s).

    Code:

    html, body {

    background: #cc9933 url('images/repeater.gif') repeat-y 50%;

    text-align: center;
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;

    }



    The reason everything is offset is because you're using Absolute Positioning. If you were to wrap the entrie layout in a pair of <div></div> tags and removed the following: left: xx; from all of the layers, things should begin to fall into plac.

    I.E

    Code:

    #container {

    width: 760px;

    text-align: left;
    margin: 0 auto;

    }



    Code:

    ...<body>
    <div id="container">
    REST OF LAYOUT GOES HERE.
    </div>
    </body>...


    On another note, I noticed the width of the layout is too big, you should aim to acomodate the default resolution 8*6 by using a width of 760 pixels or below... this allows for the brwoser scrollbars.

    hear is my web site

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