Thanks for the reply. Issue is that the images (in particular on Mac
IE), and on Moz and Safari (latest versions) at resolutions 1024 & up,
the bottom background images are not at the bottom of the screen. They
should be at the bottom right and left corners, but, they only are at
the bottom of the div that holds everything else.
So, if there is very little content on one of these pages, the bottom
background images do not sit at the bottom of the screen; they only come
as far down as the content.
Hope that helps to clarify!
Bob Easton wrote:
> Justin Williams wrote:
>> Still arguing with the placement of the bottom two background images
>> on http://www.naturalwebs.com/vast_wip/NEWVAST. I've set the height
>> and width of the divs to 100%, and I've added a placeholder div both
>> in and around the 2 background divs. Doesn't seem to make any
>> difference at all... >
> Not sure what you want (the problem isn't described in your message),
> but I see snowflake images at the bottom left and bottom right of the
> page in IE 6, IE 5.5, IE .501, Firefox 1.0, and Mozilla 1.7. I have
> no idea if they are complete, clipped, or placed where you want them.
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