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help: repositioning items in a user control using Javascript

This one has me really stumped, so I thought I'd ask publicly.

I was trying to take my ASP.NET web page "template" -- banner graphic, small
navigation bar, and user feedback message area -- and make it into a user
control. I wanted to stretch one of the graphics so it always went all the way
across the browser window. So far, so good... And then, I wanted to take the
two-cell table that holds the naviagation bar and make it always appear on the
far right of the browser window. That didn't work. No matter what I've tried,
it always appears where the initial "style" positioning info says it should.

Can someone help me get this right?

Here is the source for the user control:

<%@ Control Language="vb" AutoEventWireup ="false"
Codebehind="uc_ Banner1.ascx.vb " Inherits="ADvie w2.uc_Banner1"
TargetSchema="h ttp://schemas.microso ft.com/intellisense/ie5" %>

<script type="text/javascript" language="JavaS cript">
function resizeStuff() {
var browser_width;
browser_width = document.body.c lientWidth;
document.getEle mentById('imgCo lorBar').width= browser_width;

document.getEle mentById('navba r').left=browse r_width-document.getEle mentById('navba r').width;

<LINK href="ADview2St yles.css" type="text/css" rel="stylesheet ">
<asp:imagebutto n id="imgLogo" style="DISPLAY: inline; LEFT: 6px; POSITION:
absolute; TOP: 0px" ImageUrl="image s\logo_small.pn g"
Height="39" Width="81" Runat="server"> </asp:imagebutton >
<asp:label id="stPageTitle " style="DISPLAY: inline; LEFT: 102px; POSITION:
absolute; TOP: 4px"
Height="32" Width="499px" Runat="server" CssClass="paget itle" >PAGE
<IMG id="imgColorBar " alt="" src="images\img ColorBar.png" style="DISPLAY:
inline; LEFT: 6px; POSITION: absolute; TOP: 40px"
Height="20" Width="752">
<asp:label id="stInstructi ons" style="DISPLAY: inline; LEFT: 6px; POSITION:
absolute; TOP: 64px"
Runat="server" CssClass="stepd escription" Height="64" Width="750">
The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dogs.
<table id='navbar' style="DISPLAY: inline; LEFT: 650px; POSITION: absolute; TOP:
2px" cellSpacing="0" cellPadding="0" width="78" height="33" border="0">
<td><a href="frmHome.a spx"
onmouseover="MM _swapImage('but ton_home','','h ttp://localhost/adview2/toolbar/button_home_f2. gif',1);"
onmouseout="MM_ swapImgRestore( );" ><img name="button_ho me" alt="home"
src="http://localhost/adview2/toolbar/button_home.gif " width="34" height="33"
<td><a href="frmCheckl ist.aspx"
onMouseOver="MM _swapImage('but ton_checklist', '','http://localhost/adview2/toolbar/button_checklis t_f2.gif',1);"
onMouseOut="MM_ swapImgRestore( );" ><img name="button_ch ecklist" alt="checklist"
src="http://localhost/adview2/toolbar/button_checklis t.gif" width="37"
height="32" border="0"></a></td>

<script type="text/javascript" language="JavaS cript">

window.onload=r esizeStuff;
window.onresize =resizeStuff;

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