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How to have header with background image and right corner and main image

Does anyone know why the header looks correct in IE 6.0 and not Firefox
1.07?

I am trying to have a header that looks good when you expand it wider and
smaller.
In other words when you shrink the window narrower than the main header
image it does not wrap, and when you expand the window wider than the main
banner image the corner and background image expand to the size.

It has one large image about 500 pix wide, a right corner that is aligned to
the right, and a dotted background image.

I have a requirement to use absolute positioning for the header for SEO
reasons.

http://officeactivate.com/layout/11.shtml

thanks for any tips.
Jan 21 '06 #1
1 1807

"Dan V." <d@d.com> wrote in message
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Does anyone know why the header looks correct in IE 6.0 and not Firefox
1.07?

I am trying to have a header that looks good when you expand it wider and
smaller.
In other words when you shrink the window narrower than the main header
image it does not wrap, and when you expand the window wider than the main
banner image the corner and background image expand to the size.

It has one large image about 500 pix wide, a right corner that is aligned
to the right, and a dotted background image.

I have a requirement to use absolute positioning for the header for SEO
reasons.

http://officeactivate.com/layout/11.shtml

thanks for any tips.


I figured it out.

I had two absolute divs on top of each other and both had a background
colour. IE 6.0 ignored the foreground div's background colour but Firefox
did not.
Jan 21 '06 #2

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