On 1/27/2010 9:22 AM, bigsk...@gmail.com wrote: <snip> > I wouldn't know how to determine if it were. I figure (wrongly) that if > 2 pictures are placed in a specific location when I make a web page then > they should appear in the same location and relationship on the web.
That's how it should work. If that's not the case, check your CSS and HTML for issues between the browsers. Generally the only reason the images should /appear/ to be in different locations is because someone is viewing the site wider or narrower then what you are seeing. If you check out http://www.joseph-a-nagy-jr.us on a variety of machines, you'll see that the images are placed pretty much in fixed positions across all monitors, resolutions and web browsers. -- Yours In Christ, PIT Emails are not formal business letters, whatever businesses may want.
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