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> -----Original Message-----
> From: [EMAIL-REMOVED]
> [EMAIL-REMOVED]]On Behalf Of david
> Sent: 04 August 2007 10:53
> To: css-d
> Subject: Re: [css-d] Fluid images
> Ian Young wrote:
> >> Subject: Re: [css-d] Fluid images
> >> --
> > Thanks, David
> > It looks like that. So the solution only works with backgorund images.
> > Now then! I now to need to find a way of having changing
> background images,
> I don't know what might happen if you put an img inside the div, made
> the image wider than the div, positioned the img properly, and set the
> div to overflow:hidden. Maybe that would do it?
I have cracked it. Set the div parameters and made image to fit widest
setting and Robert is your mother's brother. Works beautifully.
One of great things about this group is that is also a great sounding board.
Thanks, David for pointing me in right direction.
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