View Full Version : Help with web site image streching

10-22-2007, 12:21 AM
I am currently working on a web site. and i have got a few problem's with it so far. with the image's streching. i want to make it so a 1px width image can stretch along with the web site when information is type in to the news ill give you a link to a image showing what i mean and a link to a copy of the web site since ilm not worried about people having it. Ilm great with 2d art.. and i suck with html. but i am learning slowly if anyone could help me with this problem i would he very great full!

if it needs any work done on the frame's i can do that if it would help.

i have attached files below! =]

and here is a image on how it looks without text in the middle =] so u understand what i am getting on to more. =]


10-22-2007, 05:38 AM
There really isn't a way to stretch an image... at least not dynamically. You can use the depreciated width and height attributes to set the size.

Realistically, there has to be a way to do the site you are developing a different way. I saw 87 images that are going to load every single time that someone visits your page. They may only total a quarter megabyte, but most browsers are set to only download 2 files at a time from a server. It seems like most of those images are just spacers and white space and stuff. Don't taken offense or anything, because the site looks GREAT. I really like it, and although the images were small, I would love to see some more of your drawing.

That being said, heres a fix for your current template. put this in the cells that you need filled:

<div style = "background-image:./image/1px_image.gif; background-repeat:repeat; height:100%; min-height:100%;" ></div>

Hmm... I think that should do the trick... I think.

10-22-2007, 01:41 PM
i see were you are coming from and u have made a VERY valid point! and i'm going to redo site a bit and post another version if you could look threw it. i would be great full. to decrease the load time of the site. =] thx for help very great full!