Bob and Gary,
Thanks for your answer.
My problem was that on my PC the page in FF initially shows the pictures
But if I tried to change the window size they where shown as you saw.
The height was that of the word "Bodytext".
My question/problem/challenge is:
I want to show a layer of 4 (or 6) pictures behind the text on the
For maintenance reasons I can't use them as background.
Now I solved(?) it to position the content layer relative and the image
layer absolute inside the content layer. (I know, the word layer is not
correct but helps to explain)
What is your opinion about this?
What is the best construction.
1. <div id="content"> position: relative
<div id="pictures"> </div> position: absolute
2. <div id="wrapper"> position: relative
<div id="content"> </div> position: relative/absolute
<div id="pictures"> </div> position: relative/absolute
or any other combination.
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