On Feb 11, 2005, at 4:03 AM, Tom Whitbread wrote:
> I am having a problem with a layout I have designed. I intended to
> have 2 images purely for "eye-candy" value to appear on the left and
> right sides of a wrapper div, thus creating a outer glow effect.
> You can see the said website here
> The left outer glow is working fine here, as you will see. But the
> right side
> (http://www.retinalnerve.com/scantools/images/site_right.jpg) is not,
I think there is an easier way (2 in fact).
Because this is a fixed width layout, you could combine the left and
right into 1 image that is 794px wide, set as the background image on
#wrapper and add repeat-y to tile down the page.
If you want a flexible width #wrapper, you could add an 'inner' div
just inside of #wrapper to attach the other image to. That is simpler
and less error-prone than floating an extra div to hold the image.
This way you can avoid some of ie's float bugs.
Know what you value.
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