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    Question Applying Faux Columns

    Hi

    Well I am have trouble applying the faux column technique on my liquid layout, I dont understand how the images will remain behind the columns when the browser window is adjusted?

    Help appriciated

    PS, the layout can be located here http://www.fishers-homes.com/Test/test.html

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    Code CSS:
    #wrapper {
    width:90%; 
    margin:auto;
    min-width:400px;
    background:#00CCFF;
    }
     
    #content {
    margin-left:180px;
    background:#FF6600;
    }

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    Erm, is that a hint or something?

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    The difference is the background property added. I think it should work with that code (either add the backgrounds on those divs, or replace yours with the one I posted). If it didn't work tell me.

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    You would need two images. The image for the left column background would be applied to the #container background, and the image for the right column would be applied to the #content background.


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