> Maybe this is not a good layout for a page but I am using an image as mostYou're right. It's not.> of
> my home page.
Look carefully and you'll see that the layer doesn't move at all. It's the> But anyway, when I center the table which includes
> the main image and the nav bar, the layer moves around.
table that moves to a new center point.
Post a link to the page so I can see what you have done, please.
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"minorleaguer" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:e1ve1n$q37$1forums.macromedia.com...> Maybe this is not a good layout for a page but I am using an image as most
> my home page. It was given to me by my client and it is an image which
> used as a brochure and they want the same look for the site. So, I have
> image with a nav bar on top and all.
> But what I want to do is place a java script and a flash movie right on
> top of
> list of names. It is transparent so it scrolls through the list of names
> that as it scrolls the background is the image.
> I am having trouble with the positioning of the layers. Actually I don't
> know if I should be using layers. I just don't know if there is any other
> to do what I need to do. But anyway, when I center the table which
> the main image and the nav bar, the layer moves around. On computers with
> larger monitors the scrolling list is way off to the left. outside the
> which contains the page.'
> I don't know if I am making sense but, if there is a better way to do
> please let me know.