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Images to repeat (not background
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Echo_Tyme




msg:563159
 10:43 pm on Sep 2, 2004 (gmt 0)

I'm trying to make a new layout with images behind the HTML, so there is a top, then a middle taht repeats down til the content stops, then the bottom appears... So far only img src will work (i can't slip the images into my tables it wo'nt let me) is there a way to repeat an image down if u use the img src code? or is there a better way to set this up? I can use css, php, html for any of that.

If you want to see teh code i'd be happy to show it. It's mostly a table, with a colspan 3 and an image (the top) then it goes into the table, then the TD is the left, then it ends and goto the middle, then right. Then that ends and it goes to the bottom... It's built manly off of TD's but an image can go into the table tag... but what would the tag for that be?

Thank you.

 

tedster




msg:563160
 12:07 am on Sep 3, 2004 (gmt 0)

Sounds like you could use css and put a background-image rule in the right <td>

Echo_Tyme




msg:563161
 12:13 am on Sep 3, 2004 (gmt 0)

i dunno how to put a css class for td's. And i dunno if that'll work, what's the tag to put an image in the table... that would work better then the TD... is there a table tag for images?

Echo_Tyme




msg:563162
 2:38 am on Sep 3, 2004 (gmt 0)

I actually got it.. but i had to use ¦background="image:¦ and that's not valid, what would be the valid tag?

tedster




msg:563163
 3:03 am on Sep 3, 2004 (gmt 0)

Inline it would be <td style="background-image:url(imagename.png)"> ...use whatever the actual path to the image is within the parentheses.

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