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Yeah the footer looks way off on 1920-by-1200.
Great looking site otherwise!!!!
If you want to test PHP locally then you need to download a copy of apache and PHP. This takes some time to configure and can be a real headache BUT is really worth it . . . you only need to do it once.
Are you on Mac or PC? If mac, then its dead easy.
it all depends on what the images in the header and footer look like. I’m going to assume they are rounded corners.
When it comes to saving images you have another option for transparency; PNG. The PNG format has an alpha channel and unlike GIF it is of a good quality. This would work for a majority of browsers . . . apart from IE6 and below.
I had the same problem and I didn’t come up with a great solution. In fact, im sure my old usability lecturer would shoot me. I took the computer snob attitude of ‘well if they have a crap browser….’ :geek:
I saved all my images with transparency’s as GIFs as well and then in my separate IE6 style sheet I changed the images to the GIFs. It looks pretty bad but its the best I could do.
Sorry I can’t be of more help!
<!–[if lte IE 6]>
According to the conditional comment this is Internet Explorer lower or equal to 6<br />
thanks a heap!!!!! Its been driving me mad.
Just to end the question; it was solved by setting the z-index to -1.
Really appreciate the help Chris.