I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I find an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..
Instead off defining the width in pixel 1000x80.
Try how it looks like if you gif it a percentage value like 95%.
You would also need to work out a percentage for the hight but it works..
Then you should look good on any screen reselotion!.
I'd like to do something like this, how do you go about it?.
The reason the browser is scrolling is because you are telling it to display an image that is too wide. If you could disable it, you would break your shop for a lot of viewers. If you cannot tile your image, your only other choice is to make it's width=800 (790 would be better) and then limit your shops width to 800. That way, your shop looks good in all browsers..
But I have designed my top image to be cut off at diffrent screen sizes. but the scroll wrecks that..
If it was possible to make it a background it would also help removing the scroll..
<center><table width="738" border="0">.
<td><?php require(DIR_WS_INCLUDES'header.php'); ?></td>.
Set your image as the table background..
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I'm not sure I follow what you mean by "diffrent screen sizes" but I'm thinking you mean that you load the whole image and if only 800 px's is showing then it still looks good. Is this correct? If so, you can't do that without the scroll. The image is too wide. You could do a selective load. Something like.
If (screensize == 800) display gif.1.
Else display gif.2.
If that is not what you mean then can you provide a link to the image?.
I have to say that designing an image for a specific size for a iPage website is bad..
Can we see the image? What is so important about it that it must be so and so big?.
As per a previous question to put a ratio on an image it would look like this.
<img src="imagename.gif" width=95%> This will automaticaly adjust the height too to 95% I would be careful with this since I dont think all browsers handle this...
The multi load idea sounds good..
Can some one help me inbed it. im, not to godo with it..
This sounds like the simplest solution..
Take a look at title banner of this iPage site and try resizing it;.
It's one I had to put together ages ago and they wanted the image to 'stretch'..
It's a table with 2 cells. the left cell holds the square logo and has a fixed width, the right cell holds the stick image with the text. This cell is set to width="*" so that it resizes with the page and the image is aligned to the right..
Then the whole table has a background image of the water..
So you could adapt this to have left and right images in the table cells by adding another <td> element then a spanning image as the table background..