View Full Version : 3 columns with css

10-08-2002, 07:53 PM
hey everyone.

I am trying to put 3 images centered in a row using css positioning, like:


...body content....

I found a tutorial for 3 expanding columns but all I want is these three images.


Roy Sinclair
10-08-2002, 08:26 PM
When you say you want them centered do you mean you want the images evenly spaced with even spacing between each image and the borders of the window or with fixed (or no) spacing between the images with even spacing between the outside images and the edge of the window?

10-08-2002, 08:26 PM
<style type="text/css">
#aa {width:33%;}
#ab {width:34%;}
#aa, #ab {float:left;}
#aa, #ab, #ac {text-align:center;}
<div id="images">
<div id="aa"><img src="" width="" height="" alt="" /></div>
<div id="ab"><img src="" width="" height="" alt="" /></div>
<div id="ac"><img src="" width="" height="" alt="" /></div>

10-08-2002, 09:13 PM
hey roy, i meant the second one, sorry i wasn't clear.

that seemed to work pretty well... one thing that I noticed though is that when your table compresses the images overlap and shoot over the right side of my outer table... is there any where for me to set a minimum width to the table while still letting it expand?

umm... actually I just remembered how to do that (the spacer.gif trick that i've used to about 6 years, duh!) I'm getting so into this CSS stuff I forget the good old tricks

hey here's a question though, do browsers like lynx that don't support graphics still have image placeholders if you specify the height and width? hmm..

thanks for the help!


10-08-2002, 09:28 PM
There is "min-width" and "max-width" in the CSS2 specs but it's not supported yet.

I use WannaBe as text browser. In WannaBe every image is a link. Clicking on it downloads the image for offline viewing.
You could try http://wannabrowser.com if you know how Lynx identifies itself.
Or download Lynx...