OK, so I wanted to create an artsy header for this artsy site <link removed>, and decided to go with something I I haven't worked with in a while ... an image map. But this one is different... I created it in ImageReady, using layer-based rollovers. So technically, I guess its NOT an image map?
I'm incredibly pleased with the outcome, and everyone seems to love it ... but there's this nagging issue that I FOR THE LIFE OF ME cannot figure out. Is it something I've done wrong, a parsing issue, Adobe's fault...?
It randomly "breaks up". For example, you'll be browsing through the site - everything's cool - then all of a sudden a page loads and the header is all over the place. What I mean to say is that all the individual slices spread themselves out horizontally within the header table (well beyond the 780px wrapper).
Refresh and it corrects itself.
Again, this is an intermittent problem, which leads me to believe that I have personally done everything right ... except, perhaps, choosing to go with an image map?
Any insight as to why this is happening would be very appreciated.
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[edited by: tedster at 7:09 am (utc) on Sep. 1, 2006]