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    Member beans's Avatar
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    Hi guys I have a problem that didnt bug me at first but now it does.
    Basically I have a page with three vertical divs, one at the left for navigation, one in the middle for main content, and one at the right hand side which is used for additional navigation on some secions of the site, but it is present on all pages of the site.

    The right-hand div has a background image which is the company logo, and it is important to have it there regardless of whether the additional navigation is present or not.
    I previously created the page with frames so the logo could be there permanently, but then realised frames are crap.

    It's great and everything, except that when you resize the screen (or you just have really small resolution to start with), the background and contents of the right hand div overlap the contents of the main div and the nav div.

    I thought of making the logo just part of the main background image, but then if you resize the page you may not be able to see it.

    So is there anyway I can make it so it doesn't overlap, or make it so that it goes under instead of over the top of the other stuff?

    I've attatched the CSS, and some screenshots of what I'm talkin bout. With some minor censorship - the images are not everyone's cup of tea. :nervous:

    The HTML pretty much goes like this:
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    <body>
    <div id="nav"> blah blah blah</div>
    <div id="main">blah blah blah</div>
    <div id="right" align="center"></div>
    </body>
    So point and laugh at me if this is a really silly problem with an easy solution...

    btw I'm a *complete* newbie and this is my first ever website, so don't be mean.
    cheers
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    - gah!

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    Senior Member MoRpHeUs's Avatar
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    add the following will solve it:
    [minicode]style="overflow:hidden;"[/minicode]

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    Member beans's Avatar
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    That didn't help me... Same problem still occurs. Anyone else? :nervous:
    - gah!

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    Senior Member MoRpHeUs's Avatar
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    i would think of something but im outta ideas right now

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