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#1 Florieness

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Posted 22 June 2009 - 06:57 AM

Hi there,

I'm creating a website at the moment with webexpress and HTML script. I've inserted a background image and set it as BGPROPERTIES=FIXED which works perfectly well in IE7 but is still scrolling in Firefox. Is there anyway I can resolve this?

Also is there another way of placing an image on the right hand side of the page without having to make a huge image file to push the image over, which then makes the image disappear when resizing the window?

Thanks for all your help,
Florie =)

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#2 groovicus

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Posted 22 June 2009 - 04:27 PM

Is there anyway I can resolve this?

Are we supposed to guess at your code? :flowers: No way we can possibly know what to change or how to fix it unless we know what you are doing.

Also is there another way of placing an image on the right hand side of the page without having to make a huge image file to push the image over, which then makes the image disappear when resizing the window?

Do you mean like relative positioning?

P.S. HTML is not a script. Scripts are actual applications, written using various programming languages. HTML is not a programming language, nor can one 'program' with it. :thumbsup:




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