This is my first post on the forum. So hopefully, my description of the problem won't be too confusing!
Essentially, i'm building a website, i have a basic understanding of HTML and CSS, mainly the syntax of things more than anything. However i still have much to learn! Anyway onto the problem:
I am building a website for a clothing line selling t-shirts. At current i have a basic home page, containing a few paragraphs on About Us, and featured products etc. I have an image for a t-title. Using a seperate CSS sheet for styles.
Now, i want to add lots of tiny images down the side of the page.(both left and right, symmetrical and all the same image). But ruined the formatting of the page or the coding will become extremely complicated. I thought about a table with 3 columns. (images running in the outside to columns) but it didnt work.
What would you advice is the best way to accomplish this? I will attach my code and a screen shot of what i mean.
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="style.css">
</title><h1><img src="Y3.jpg" alt="¥"><h1></title>
This month's featured product is #4 - Nellie.</br></br>
Our beloved Nellie the elephant (on acid) is the aztec inspired brain child of our Chief Ink-Smith.</br>
She combines familiar lines and curves with a sense of warped imagary, whilst maintaining a recognisable structure.</br></br>
Planned in pencils and painstakingly inked using fineliner.</br></br></br></br>
We specialise in selling high quality clothing; focusing on black ink and crisp lines. Each of the designs have been hand-drawn on A3 paper and digitsied via scanner. Whilst this may seem a little bit excessive, (and perhaps long winded) we do not believe in the compromise of quality or detail on ANY of our products.</br></br>
Whilst our store will launch in September of 2013. The foundations of the company began back in early January. The brand is exclusively operated by its two founders and will remain this way. We strongly believe that the products will dictate the direction of the company.</br></br>
Drawing inspiration from an eclectic array of sources; particularly the minimalistic designs of Yves Saint Laurent, the underground scene of electronic dance music with a blend of graphic noir and the warped surrealism of H.R Giger.</br>
So, thats us introduced. If you like what we're about, why not check out our store?</td>
Hopefully with the code and the screenshots, you can understand what i mean.
Thank you so much for taking the time to look at this! Any help is hugely appreciated.