[thelist] CSS or other possible solution to odd photo position?
jenni at theweblotus.com
Mon May 24 19:03:47 CDT 2010
Just seeing this now, as there was an issue with my receiving the digest and
I was still awaiting replies.
David, what do you mean by behavior modification? I am just really lost
here and looking for some help. Isn't that what this list is supposed to be
Hassan, it is a valid URL for the image. Not sure what you are saying?
You can keep doing it the same way from now until forever. Regardless of
what list you post to, the solution requires behavior modification on
your part. It is that simple. Or is it?
On Fri, May 21, 2010 at 4:50 PM, Jenni <jenni at
> I tried to add a CSS class ("photo") and the following html to the
> <div class="photo"> <img src="images/home.png" /> </div>
> As you can see, this has not worked. Does anyone have any thoughts as to
> what might work?
Using an actual valid image URL would be a good start... :-)
Hassan Schroeder ------------------------ hassan.schroeder at
From: Jenni Beard [mailto:jenni at theweblotus.com]
Sent: Friday, May 21, 2010 7:50 PM
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Subject: CSS or other possible solution to odd photo position?
I am trying to code a new site to appear like this (there will be a
navigation in the upper right, but it is hidden in this image):
I am trying to figure out the best way of coding for the image in the lower
right hand corner; this image will be different on each page. I also need
to keep the coding as simple as possible. The business owner is proficient
in basic HTML and will be many updates to the site herself. She should,
ideally, be able to change out the image as needed on any individual page.
Here is the coded site thus far; the photo is the only element that is
missing before I build the pages:
I tried to add a CSS class ("photo") and the following html to the template:
<div class="photo"> <img src="images/home.png" /> </div>
As you can see, this has not worked. Does anyone have any thoughts as to
what might work?
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