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  1. #1
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    I have a web template that I designed w/ photoshop.



    It's actually just two slices. The top banner is a slice and button dark grey part is a slice. And I wanted to use the bottom slice (grey part) as the background... and then create a template from this.

    I couldn't just put text on top of the bottom slice because it wasn't set to be a background. So, as soon as I delete the slice and try to use it as a background it shifts my layout down and breaks it apart.


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    This is one post where we will need to see an actual web page
    with the problem showing. I'm guessing you have some dimensions
    set on the top part, so the bottom part is appearing below the
    height dimension (specified in the top part).

    But without seeing any code, CSS, or HTML ... there's no way we
    can even guess what you've done.

    We really want to help, but new users to this forum need to realize that we
    don't all use photoshop, dreamweaver, frontpage, or templates. The best
    way we can help is to see a working example of your page.

    If you don't have a webhost, find a cheap or free one to use.
    There are some that only charge $2.50 per month!. That's about 10 cents per day!
    www.cleverdot.com
    www.1and1.com

    upload your CSS, HTML, templates, PHP ... etc.
    then come back and give us the URL.


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