Help with CSS layout

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Hi to everyone; for the first time I'm trying to use CSS for the layout
of a page, but I've encountered some problems and I don't know exactly
how to fix them!

Look at the page at ; in the head I want to
put two images, one on the left and the other on the right, and in the
middle a title and a menu; menu should be positioned on the bottom part
of the div. Can you give me some advice re how to make this?

Layout is liquid, so I'd prefer not to use fixed height for the title
and menu sections. However I've seen that using Firefox the background
image of the head (the orange one) is not fully replicated, so I don't
know what to do! Should I give fixed height to the head or there's
another way?

I'd really appreciate if you can give a look to all the code, so yuo
can say me if there's something else wrong, thank you!!


Re: Help with CSS layout

On 2006-11-05, John 'Bluto' Blutarsky wrote:
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   It *is* fully replicated within the block for which you defined it.
   (Put a border around the block so you can see exactly where it is.)

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#head {
  min-height: 83px;

   Chris F.A. Johnson                      <
   Shell Scripting Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach (2005, Apress)

Re: Help with CSS layout

Chris F.A. Johnson wrote:
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Yes, but since the two images were higher than the head, I thought that
the head div would have been adatped to the new height, but this only
happened after I followed your advice

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