I'm building a website for my AFROTC detachment's Arnold Air Society squadron, and as of now, I've run into an obstacle. I've already created all of the images I want to use on the website; however, I'm completely lost as to how to align them all on the page. I know I need to use CSS somehow, but I have no idea where to begin as far as how to use it. Below is a link to a preview of the website that I made by arranging all of the seperate images in Photoshop, and them saving and uploading them to Angelfire (where they are temporarily being hosted until I can get hosting from the university). The pic pretty much shows how I want the site to look, except for a few things: 1) I want it to be fluid (viewed the same way by anybody, on any OS and/or web browser); 2) Instead of that grey background that I have up there right now, I want it to have the blue and orange bars cascading down the sides of the page, with the seamless white pattern in the background; and 3) I want the page to be spaced evenly. If anybody can help me out with this, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks peoples.
John D. Ryan Squadron Website (Non-Functioning Preview)