Msg#: 4419575 posted 4:34 pm on Feb 20, 2012 (gmt 0)
Hello, below is a snippet of the css I am using on my site. I have a 1450 px banner that spans the top of the site with a image slider that sits in the middle of my banner. The issue I am having is when the window is re-sized, it forces my background image from right to left over into my slider. I have tried the width:100%; display: table; as you can see to no avail. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
Msg#: 4419575 posted 5:23 pm on Feb 20, 2012 (gmt 0)
You have to assign the "width" property to the background itself. And-- tangentially-- using ../ relative links in CSS is more perilous than you can begin to imagine. Sooner or later everyone gets bitten by it.
:: pause to reel in shock because I managed to find something in CSS3 specs ::
:: further pause for Forum moderator to stop laughing ::
Msg#: 4419575 posted 1:22 am on Feb 24, 2012 (gmt 0)
I'm still in trauma counselling after those threats of slapping with a wet haddock
Gosh. I had no idea the thought of wielding a wet haddock was so scary. Possibly you've forgotten that I'm the one who would get slapped, thanks to making a site with light green text on a dark green background. For an encore, I'm thinking of something in a soothing and restful magenta-and-cyan.
will being able to find things prompt another site re-design?
Heavens, you don't think I found it by following links do you? I went straight to Search. The only challenge was identifying the correct Search box. There were two of them, side-by-side, leading to entirely different things.