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    Making site "fluid"

    I guess that is the correct term.

    I want my webpage to look the same no matter what browser or screen resolution they are using. I guess this means setting everything with absolute?

    Im not sure so I am turning here once again. Yall have fixed my previous two erros, and I am hoping this will have the same result.

    www.centralflccr.com <----Thats the site

    The header image is much to large on a non wide screen (which i used to code).

    How would I set the value of that to be viewed the same? Help me with this one and the rest I can do .

    Code:
    #logo { background:url(http://www.centralflccr.com/images/head_bckg.jpg) no-repeat #78ce31; width: 1175px; height: 220px;}
    That is from my css file. I think i need to set the width value differently, just not sure how, if even possible.


    Thanks again in advance

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    For this you can take help form this link...

    http://www.awestyproductions.com/tut...lcss-template/
    Last edited by hkp; 05-16-2009 at 07:06 AM.

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    I had answered your question in your previous thread!
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