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Aug 20, 2004, 18:49 #1
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What if graphics are an integral part of my layout?
I'm bringing a question into this thread that didn't get a whole lot of traction over in the Usability forum.
I'm in the process of taking the site in my sig from a static 800x600 design (762 wide, actually) to a CSS-based design that will have a left fixed margin, a right fixed margin, and a variable-width center column.
My problem: The site borrows the basic theme of its layout from MSN's home page. (You know - the pic at the top of the center column that's clickable, and leads to whatever the main story is at the time?)
My site is about musicians - and sometimes, that photo will be of a performer live in concert (complete with diffuse light effects on stage), sometimes the backgrounds will have gradient fills, outer glow effects etc.
How do I make those pics work in a "flexible" layout?
Would appreciate opinions. If you need clarification, ask away! If you go to the site now, don't let the pic that's up there today fool you - a shot with a white background is a rare event.
It's kind of important to me that if possible, whatever the photo is takes up the entire width of the top column; but I haven't got a clue how to do that when I leave the screen size up to the user.imusicians.com
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