Paul O'B is going to vomit with rage :crazy: when he sees the type of question I'm asking, but I really think I've got the grassroots of the floated layout correct. This is the code I'm using for the 3-float column:
}/*this div's width is not correct. Will be changed later. */
background:url("leftsidehomepage.gif") no-repeat scroll 50% 5px transparent;
background:url("rightsidehomepage.gif") no-repeat scroll 50% 5px transparent;
NOW, to place the images and text into their respective places like it was nicely nested up against the main panel. The good news is I see all the images and text on the screen, but it's still all over the place (leftside is near its place, but rightside is down at the bottom-right of the screen, emailbox is near its spot.) Right now, I have removed all positioning from the code. What CSS properties should I use to move the images and text around?
I'll go ahead and update my files at http://www.productreviewsbytyler.com so you can see the random whereabouts of the images.