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    (Noob)Simple Functionality Question(I assume simple)

    I will preface this with saying that my coding skills/knowledge aren't that great.. I can get by but I am most certainly a noob...also if I can achieve this without using CSS, the better. I'm designing a very basic image based web page(no text) and just basically using photoshop slices to build it.

    Ok here's what I'm trying to do:

    So I have a page I'm designing and it's split right down the middle vertically, so there's a left side and a right side.

    I want it to work so that the right side can scroll up and down while the left side remains constant and does not move.

    I'm assuming I can achieve that easily by making the left side a background image (right?)

    but let's say I wanted to make 3 clickable links(3 sliced photoshop jpg's) on the stationary side?

    What can I do to achieve that?
    (I assume the background image technique would no longer work in that case)

    Again, I don't want to bring CSS into this, I'm trying to keep this as basic and noob friendly as possible.

    I apologize in advance if this is a stupid question with a super easy answer

    Thanks guys!!


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    Senior Member Ronald Roe's Avatar
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    There is a super easy answer, but it's the one you don't want: use CSS. You cannot do this without it. Even when you slice it out of Photoshop, you'll get CSS. Granted, it'll be crappy, garbage CSS that will break from browser to browser, but it'll give you CSS nonetheless.
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    In my opinion CSS is "basic and noob friendly"

    To be honest its the easiest way to do what you want. You would only make things more complicated trying to do it without CSS. If you want simple go with CSS..

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