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  • Bill Scott
    Hi All: When using this command this position for the two images puts the pictures on either side of a Title
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 12, 2000
      Hi All:

      When using this command this position for the two images puts the
      pictures on either side of a <H3>Title</H3>

      <DIV id="Circle" style="position:absolute; left:245px; top:250px;
      width:23px; height:9px;"><IMG
      src="http://www.bordercolliepuppies.com/pictures/image17.gif"
      width="100" height="80" border="3"></DIV>

      <DIV id="Circle" style="position:absolute; left:745px; top:250px;
      width:23px; height:9px;"><IMG
      src="http://www.bordercolliepuppies.com/pictures/image16.gif"
      width="100" height="80" border="3"></DIV>


      On my monitor it looks great on my laptop it looks great in both
      browsers
      it looks great both netscape and IE .... what more can I do ... my
      customer is complaining about the way it looks on his 17" monitor
      ... ??

      I changed my settings to 800 x 600 and it looks great ... ??

      The URL is at ....

      http://www.bordercolliepuppies.com/articles/pupcare.html

      Any help would be appreciated ...

      Bill Scott
    • Bob Janes
      Hi Bill, I can confirm that it doesn t work full screen on a 17 monitor at 1280x1024, you end up with the right picture in the middle of the title. The
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 12, 2000
        Hi Bill,

        I can confirm that it doesn't work full screen on a 17" monitor at
        1280x1024, you end up with the right picture in the middle of the title. The
        absolute positions almost guarantee this. Can you use a table to position
        the pictures and the title so they will keep their relative positions on
        different sized screens.

        Best wishes

        Bob

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        Bob Janes
        Webster & Janes Ltd
        PO Box 211 Welwyn AL6 0EX UK
        +44 (1438) 84-0206
        mailto:bob.janes@...
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