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CSS helps - they're so killing me
Started by crays 24-12-08 .

Hey guys, i need some help in CSS. I've these things,
a background color of light blue
a picture (let's call it X) that i want it to go into the middle of the page (always middle)
two content box.

Now the problem is, i made a div with the picture X as the background (let's call this D1), then i add the content box picture IN the div. I used padding-left to move it to the correct position, but then later i found out this wouldn't work if the resolution of other ppl's monitor aren't the same as mine.

Later, i play around and yet fail to find out how i should add in the actual content. If i add the contents (it should be fit into the content box's picture) under the div D1 it would stack with the other two images of the content box i added as images.

As of what i'm saying, here is the codes:

Post edited 24-12-08

Night Angel 24-12-08 2008-12-24 15:02:31

Of course, with <> the texts became codes and the browser would run it

crays . 24-12-08
any idea how i should solve it T___T ? I want the content IN the image. How to T___T ?

McLaranium 24-12-08 2008-12-24 22:56:44

post an online example !
said**

Night Angel 25-12-08 2008-12-25 00:31:29

This is how can you do it. I am posting only the CSS part. HTML you have should be fine.

body {
margin:0;
padding:0;
font-size: small;
background: #f8feff url(bg.gif) repeat-x;
}

#cloud {
margin: auto;
background: url("top.gif") no-repeat;
vertical-align: top;
padding-left: 266px;
}


To make something align in the center in DIV, put margin as auto.

But hey, you have two backgrounds here, right?

crays 27-12-08 2008-12-27 05:37:27

Thankies, would try that soon. Erm actually its more like a picture and a background (the top.gif is a picture). The picture i wants it to be floating IN the middle but behind the content stuff.

Night Angel 27-12-08 2008-12-27 05:42:52

But you see in the CSS there are TWO backgrounds already, and you have two images in the HTML which is on the top of all these backgrounds. Am I right?

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