I wonder how I get an image displayed at the bottom of a webpage and to be sure that I don't get the scrollbar on the right of the screen?
I want to clarify what I mean by giving an example: Let's say I've got one line of text on the top of the page. Now I want to display an image on the bottom of the page. I want it as much down as possible, without getting the scrollbar on the right, in spite of the viewer's resolution of his screen.
You might want to try setting the desired image as the body´s background style and a white background for your text. However, you are not guaranteed to have your image start right where the text stops.
You might want to use a table and rely on the non-standard height attribute. This will ensure that the image begins right after the text but you might experience difficulties with standard compliant browsers.
Andreasfriedrich, kris and justa, thanx for your replies!
I have to take a closer look at the links you gave me kris, to see if that is working for me.
The link you provided justa, is exactly what I had in mind! It's only too bad it doesn't work in Netscape. And I also want to put a link to another page behind the image (on the bottom on the page). But that didn't work with this script.
If someone knows how to put text on the bottom of a page which operates as a link to another page (without showing the scrollbar on the right), that will work for me too!?