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[edited by: Birdman at 4:20 pm (utc) on June 3, 2002]
The second option would be to make your logo as part of the center <div> background initially. This way when your page gets scrunched down to a miniscule width, the only thing to worry about is text wrap. If someone is squishing a page down that narrow to begin with, graphics are not their priority. Good planning when creating your background image will ensure that it retains maximum visibilty at all but the very narrowest dimensions. Then simply use padding within the div to maintain text spacing so your logo and following text appear as natural page flow.
Hope this give you some viable options!
[edited by: papabaer at 9:13 pm (utc) on June 3, 2002]