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March 3, 2013 at 12:39 pm in reply to: how do you place multiple images in one div; ( the second image is a normal colour) #126763
Hello again wolfcry
i tried using a single colour within the div but i did not work:
if possible, can you tell how how to code it correctly.
secondly, the reason why i am using an empty spacing div for the layout is that i am having problems with margin collapse. in the example above, u will not that even though i placed a ” Margin: 0 ” in the containing div (#middlepart_background ) so that i could then apply a padding to the
#white_middle_background, it did not work. that is why i then found that by placing an empty div i could force it apart.
i would be grateful if you could advice me how to tackle the margin collapse in the above example.
AndreeaMarch 3, 2013 at 11:44 am in reply to: Problems with Multiple Backgrounds images in the same Div #126756
thanks a lot for yoru help. you were right. all i needed to do was take off the no-repeat and it worked. thanks so much for that.
i am still having a little bit of a problem with background images. i have asked a similar question here:
once again, i thank u for your kind assistance on my query. Your advice worked.
AndreeaJanuary 25, 2013 at 3:10 am in reply to: How can i take a full length snap shot of my web page #122242
Thank you to everyone who replied to my question. A lot of good material here.
i am very grateful
so sorry for the mistake; i don’t know why i did not see it; thanks.
thanks again to ChrisP for his advice. i am not sure how to use a box_shadow on a div. Is this a CSS3 or will this work on all browsers?
i will google box-shadows now.January 23, 2013 at 10:24 am in reply to: How do u remove the border properties for imput tag in Google Crome #122015
wow. that was it. thank u so much. brilliant.
i am relieved.
Thanks again for helping me out.
AndreeaJanuary 23, 2013 at 10:10 am in reply to: How do u remove the border properties for imput tag in Google Crome #122012
Hello again ChrisP and hello Senff
let me have a quick look and get straight back to both of u. if its still not working, i will use codepen to post the problem.
how silly of me. thanks very much everyone; simple solution to a simple problem. Great!!!
much appreciate everyone chipping in.
thanks for your quick replies
here is my code pen:
i am trying to target the navs03 and make it to be 30px height. u will note that its the only li element that does not have a link in it.
You will note that i have given both the Li and the a tag a set height. i have done this because i wanted to place a background image for a navigation bar behind it.
i am therefore not clear how to target it.
warm regardsDecember 27, 2012 at 3:04 pm in reply to: why is my internal div causing the outer divs to move with it. #119137
kevin11189 and wolfcry911
thank you so much for your kind advice and assistance. i will read the article in detail and try and understand why div margins collapse.
my warmest thanks.
AndreeaDecember 27, 2012 at 11:19 am in reply to: How do i add multiple background images to the same div tag ( i dont want to use CSS3) #119124
thanks Guys. u guys have been brilliant. You have really cleared that up for me.
my warmest regards
AndreeaDecember 27, 2012 at 10:05 am in reply to: How do i add multiple background images to the same div tag ( i dont want to use CSS3) #119119
sorry. one question.
how do we determin which background image goes on top of the other. do we use the Z index for background imagesDecember 27, 2012 at 9:49 am in reply to: How do i add multiple background images to the same div tag ( i dont want to use CSS3) #119117
thank you very much for your advice. i will give it a try.
hello again Paulie_D
thank you so much for your prompt answer.
its is crystal clear now. i am very grateful for your kind attention. i now know how to construct the page.
sorry the div tag i created did not come out
i now include them
div -outerbody – for entire page
div -outerbody-header -contains background header
end div – outerbody-header
div -outerbody-middlepart – contains background middle part image
end div – outerbody-middle
div -outerbody-footer – contains background middle part image
end div – outerbody-footer
end div – outerbody – for entire page
div -innerbody – this is the div for page contents-constrains it to 960
div -innerbody-header -contains header page contents
end div – inner-header
div -innerbody-middlepart – contains contents for page contents
end div – innerbody-middle
div -innerbody-footer – contains footer contents
end div – footer contents
end div – innerbody – constraining page to 960