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[url]www.petigreegifts.com[/url] Ive been told that this problem is caused by using layers and not tables. The images in the top heading (in the green) were inserted straight into the page with no layers or tables so why did they shift too? How can i fix it and is there a way to fix it without re-doing all the pages? [url]http://www.memoriesmagic.com[/url]...

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    [url]www.petigreegifts.com[/url] Ive been told that this problem is caused by using
    layers and not tables. The images in the top heading (in the green) were
    inserted straight into the page with no layers or tables so why did they shift
    too? How can i fix it and is there a way to fix it without re-doing all the
    pages?
    [url]http://www.memoriesmagic.com[/url]
    John Taylor Guest

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    Default Re: site check and layer/table problem

    Hi John,
    I'm not an expert on layers, or tables...or even css (okokok, i'm one of
    those jack of all trades kinda people!)...but I can tell you what works for
    me and then you can choose the right fix for your problem.
    First, the sites look very attractive, great uses of color! I never use
    layers anymore specifically because of the "movement" issues with them.
    Directly inserting gifs into html won't stop movement either when you're
    talking browser sizes.
    There are two fixes you can use (prolly many more, but I use these and they
    work) that won't involve too much altering of your template.
    1. Edit the template and add cells for each gif you're going to use...make
    the regions editable in the area where you will use diff pics on each page
    of the site. Since your background color is solid green in the head section
    but with rounded corners you'll need to use those gifs as background in
    those cells....amd other cells in the same manner.
    2. Use a css sheet in addition to the template in order to set the entire
    background and each cell with the properties you desire. This makes is
    simple to update the entire site whenever you want to make changes.
    Since you want an easy fix, i'd prolly go with option #1.
    Hope this helps,
    Leggy

    "John Taylor" <johnny4125aol.com> wrote in message
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    [url]www.petigreegifts.com[/url] Ive been told that this problem is caused by using
    layers and not tables. The images in the top heading (in the green) were
    inserted straight into the page with no layers or tables so why did they
    shift
    too? How can i fix it and is there a way to fix it without re-doing all the
    pages?
    [url]http://www.memoriesmagic.com[/url]


    leggyredhead Guest

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