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This is the coding..or whatever you want to call it I've got for that "box":
<div style="position:absolute; right: 5; top: 10px; bottom: 300; left: 300px; padding-left: 10px; padding-right: 10px; width: 560; height: 340; align="left">
<TABLE style="border: 0px #4C3B0A inset; padding: 0;" cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width="560" height="340" valign="top" align="right"><TBODY><TR>
<TD style="background: url(http://www.boomspeed.com/lufflyanna/tabletwoo.jpg); padding-top: 0; padding-left: 0;" width="100%" valign="top" align="center">
And this is all after the rest of the coding for the parts on the first URL I put down.
I'd be greatful for any help at all... ;/
[edited by: heini at 3:26 pm (utc) on April 25, 2003]
[edit reason] sorry, no urls please / thanks! [/edit]
From what I can tell you are trying to achieve a fluid design, with a fixed left navigation and the fluid right content area?
Firstly, I think that the approach you are using is very complicated, and you can achieve the same results with more simple and succint code. Have a look at the bluerobot and glish sites to see if the layouts they give there would suit you. You could then use one of these as a foundation for your page.
A few notes on your code:
However, the answer to your question is that you are hiding the image by placing another layer over it - you could use the one layer (the one that currently holds the image) for all content.
Hope this helps and if you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to ask!
I've decided to start from the beginning again. I'm reading the CSS Crash Course that you provided in your first reply.
I don't understand however where (in the crash course) it talks about putting for example, <div id="content"> blah blah, into my HTML, and then putting the other part in the CSS...I've been working all in one like..document. Starting with: <head> etc etc...I don't know. I think I'm missing something...maybe a brain. ;p
If you have any problems with course please post in the course threads themselves, it just keeps things neat and tidy ;)