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    Logo alignment

    Hi All,

    I've an expandable website that takes up the full screen. I have two resonably wide images that are placed next to each other.

    This is fine if the users browser screen width is greater than 800 px but if it less than or equal to it there is a horizontal scroll bar.... What I was hoping for is that if the screen size was that small the left image would move on top and the right image would go underneath.

    Does anyone know how to do this?


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    I don't think that is possible, What is the URL to the page that this is happening to, I may be able to offer you another solution.
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    www.iir-billingsystems.com

    It's the bit where it says "your advanced guide.. etc."

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    Hmm I would say thats the least of your problems right now. Have you tried this in different browsers? In mozilla everything appears to be working fine, and I don't get a horizontal scrollbar, however in IE The bottom frame is displaying this

    Error Occurred While Processing Request
    Error Diagnostic Information
    Context validation error in tag CFIF

    The tag is not correctly positioned relative to other tags in the template: tag CFIF must have some content. This means that there must be at least one tag, some text, or even just whitespace characters between the <CFIF> and </CFIF> markers.

    This problem may be due to a CFML comment that has no end comment mark.

    The error occurred while processing an element with a general identifier of (CFIF), occupying document position (113:2) to (113:43).

    The specific sequence of files included or processed is:
    W:\INETPUB\WWWROOT\IIR-BILLINGSYSTEMS\WWW\MAIN.CFM
    W:\INETPUB\WWWROOT\IIR-BILLINGSYSTEMS\WWW\_MAIN.CFM CFInclude

    The error occurred while processing an element with a general identifier of (CFINCLUDE), occupying document position (35:7) to (35:38).


    Date/Time: 01/12/04 21:29:22
    Browser: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322)
    Remote Address: 24.51.80.132
    HTTP Referrer: http://www.iir-billingsystems.com/

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    I'm updating the site at the moment that was just a temporary server error... should be fine now

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    Honestly, what I would do is just change the image. And make it either a smaller font or break the text in the image into 2 lines.
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    ok thanks

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    you can put both images inside a table or div which has the correct width assigned to it...
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