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    Member UNarmed's Avatar
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    Hey this is something that i have wondered about for a while now and i cant seem 2 figure it out. How is the bar at the top of this site created, http://www.gridhost.co.za/
    . I am talking about the blue one that says gridhost, when you resize the browser the bar always covers the entire width of the window and when you make the window smaller it doesn’t create a scroll bar at the bottom and the images always stay where the are suppose to be. I am thinking of doing something simulate so help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

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    I think its a background image for the body and then the header is matched and layed on top, and also put in a centered div, giving it the illusion that it's all one unit.

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    They've got a div called header, and that's covering 100% of the browser window, so that when you resize the window, it always fits the width perfically. And their logo and contact images have transparent backgrounds, so that they appear the same image as the background of the header div.

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    Close enough.


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