Hope this is on an intranet. I noticed when I worked on one, we all thought making total-graphic splashes was normal. Back in the real world, of course, I realized that I needed to make stuff that would take regular text (a lot of it) and a few graphics (the smallest amount possible). Don't envy you on this one. -- Palyne On 1 Aug 2000, at 14:07, Ewing, Christopher wrote: From: "Ewing, Christopher" <CEwing at sscinc.com> To: "'thelist at lists.evolt.org'" <thelist at lists.evolt.org> Date sent: Tue, 1 Aug 2000 14:07:02 -0400 Subject: [thelist] Site design from a 3rd party design Send reply to: thelist at lists.evolt.org I've got a client who had a graphic designer come up with a site design, after which I built the site. No problem. The client now wants to make major graphic changes and has asked the designer to come up with a new look. Not a problem I figure, I'll get more billable hours out of this. The problem I have is I've gotten a comp of the "look" and I'm not sure at all how I'm going to deal with some of graphics from a tiling or background effect. The area in question that I'm really worried about is the white "link" structure on the right along with the "gear" image. How can I get those to expand if I have more text in the center content area? Is this a case of CSS? http://www.coonce-ewing.com/tupai6.jpg is the mockup.