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    If i minimize my window in any browser while on my site it will give a horizontal scroll bar at a certain point, but when I move the bar to see the portion that is now out of view it is white and my design/info appears cut out. in that portion. Please help!

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    1)what browser, browser version, and OS r u using.
    2) can you post a link to the page you speak of?

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    It happens on all browsers, as far as I know. A link to the site is www.nicolechristineonline.com/abc/index.html

    I have noticed it is only the top half, the blue area and the header, too.

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    Doesn't happen with safari on iPhone

    Since I can't see the source right now, are all of the images in the elements that are disappearing referenced in the CSS ? Or directly referenced from the HTML?

    I'll look at the CSS later if I get a chance, but I've seen this happen if the display attribute for the element is not defined.

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    It happened the first time I shrank the window, but after that I moved the right edge back and forth and it all came back! (Insert Twilight Zone music here...)
    Good design should never say "Look at me!"
    It should say "Look at this." ~ David Craib


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    Thanks everyone, but I figured it out... kind of stupid on my part lol. I had horizontal repeating backgrounds and did not have a min-width set. Once I set it it worked fine
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    Thanks for sharing your solution - it may help someone else!
    Good design should never say "Look at me!"
    It should say "Look at this." ~ David Craib


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