Hi, first a general comment... first thing i found myself doing was clicking on the "enter >>" animation.. might not be so good to have that unlinked/there ? okay well I'm really not sure why you didn't use tables... sure, it involves cutting up the images... but at least then you wouldn't have the browser-compatability headaches... -martin (a fan of complex tabling) ----- Original Message ----- From: "Alastair Murdoch" <alastair at mtbtuned.freeserve.co.uk> To: <thelist at lists.evolt.org> Sent: Sunday, March 18, 2001 2:35 PM Subject: [thelist] Layers for Layout?? > > I'm designing a site for a client and due to their wishing as near to their > paper design as possible, I've have decided to us layers for the layout of > the site. It look as it should (or as I'd like it to) in IE 5.5 but NS6 > leaves a gap at the bottom corner. It's easier explained if you go to > www.designbyfusion.co.uk/main.htm . I'd appreciate any comments as to why > this gap appears even though the layers been set to the same width as the > graphic?? > > I'm also quite new to this, so I'd also like comments on whether this is an > acceptable way to lay out a site (I know what it looks like in NS4), I'm > keen to learn how to use things properly rather than how dreamweaver churns > it out.