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    Junior Member dquigley's Avatar
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    Hello, I created a website using a tutorial from

    http://www.adobetutorialz.com/articl...-Design-Studio

    And I think I did a ok job (Not Perfect :cry but I am having trouble centering the website and making the edges of the site repeat for different resolutions.

    In other words. I sliced everything up and tried to take the right most edge and the bottom most edge and make it repeat for the left and right sides and the bottom side so there wouldn't be a bunch of white space.

    I am ok with tables but this seems to be a experts job and I am not :P I have photoshop cs3 extended and dreamweaver cs3. I will attach the photoshop file below. I also attached a jpg of what it looks like in case you are curious before starting to dl the photoshop file.

    PLEASE HELP

    P.S. any suggestions for improvements on the site I made are appreciated too :classic:
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    Just tile the left and right images and the set the background color of the page to the color of the very bottom of the image. That way the image will appear to continue down to the bottom of the viewport.

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    Junior Member dquigley's Avatar
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    Can I do that in dreamweaver? and if so could you please explain a little? I am still learning certain things : p

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    Sure. The simplest way to do it would be to put an inline style in the opening body tag.

    <body style="background:url('path-to-image/filename.gif') 0 0 repeat-x #fce446">

    Where "path-to-image" is the full or relative path to the image and "filename.gif" is the actual filename.

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    Junior Member dquigley's Avatar
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    When I did that I got this D:

    EDIT: Nevermind I retyped the code and it worked 0___o


    Thanks a bunch, your awesome!
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    Final project if anyone is curious. It's a little fuzzy quality since its a jpg screenshot ;P
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