Thanks, Tusen takk und vielen dank for help on this to Gunlag and
I have tried to use the solution and it works as it should, but I have
still has some issues.
- There is a gap between the header section and the three DIVs
sidebar1, sidebar2 and maincontent.
- There is also a gap between the footer and botom of this DIVs
There are also some adjustment to do on the grapics
Den 13. feb.. 2008 kl. 03.56 skrev Gunlaug Sørtun:
> One way to solve your problem is to rearrange the entire "kors"
> image complex.
> - The crossing - horizontal with curves - part should be declared as
> background on a separate div above #footer, where you have a <br
> class="clearfloat" /> now.
> - The vertical part above needs its own container surrounding
> #sidebar2 & #mainContent. Image should be taller so the container can
> grow in height without running out of background.
> - The vertical part below should be declared on #footer, as now.
> - Containers/elements above and below the crossing, can be pulled/
> up and/or down until they line up as you want. The element with the
> crossing can then be stacked - position: relative; z-index: 1; - so
> "kors" crossing appears in the right place. Further stacking will keep
> relevant elements on top.
> Such an arrangement will keep the entire "kors" perfectly aligned even
> under severe stress.
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