> I think this poster wants an answer. But you know what my answer is going
> to be as I already visited, [url]www.stillwater-studios.com[/url]
> And its got positioning problems......
> Nevertheless, Vistastar,
> have a look at
> If you notice in the demos, all of the web pages allow you have a "VARIABLE"
> width. In other words, no matter what monitor resolution your users visit
> your page, it will look correct and if the browser is also not maximized.
> AND with regards to your problem with different browsers, it will still look
> right at "clean" HTML is generated. And I don't have a problem with nested
> layers, as I don't use them....although there are quite a few experts here
> that do quite well....
> [url]www.ProjectSeven.com[/url] supposedly has some sort of tool to handle this problem
> of yours, nevertheless I am not familiar with it..
> decloak, Inc.
> Tongues of Fire
> "DiMa" <dianaYOURHATANDCOATdimadesign.net> wrote in message
> > anyone what?
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