Join 500,000+ artists on ConceptArt.Org.
Its' free and it takes less than 10 seconds!
Hi, I would like to add a black outline around my page to separate it more from the background. The only way that I know to do this is to put the html (I did the pages in photoshop then cut them up in imageready) inside of a table.
I have heard that putting the html in the frame will also speed up load time for the pages. So I would be killing two birds with one stone. The problem that I have is that when I open up the page in IE I get the outline from the frame like I want. When I open the page in Mozilla the left side and top of the box are lighter, (kind of like the frame is embossed or beveled) and I don't want this to happen.
Anyone have any input on how to solve this without taking the pages back into photoshop, witch might turn out to be the best way to go in the first place.
If you need to see the site just click the link at the bottom.
Thanks for the time.
Last edited by in4pain; May 11th, 2003 at 02:12 PM.
You art work kicks arse, I love it. :fruit:
If you create a table with cells inside it, you can do two things, click on the Table and set attributes for Bdr and Bg but you can also click inside the cell and set its atributes.
IE may be assuming Table atributes go for cell attributes if no cell atribute was set. Mozilla may be entering a default if it werent set.
Did that make any sense?
I wouldnt knock yourself out if you cant figure it out, thats why you put a best viewed in IE5 graphic on there!
anyway I hope that answered your question or helped or something.
Darkness extends beyond ruins and forests and into the very hearts of people, Heroes and Villains alike.
Do you still need help? I can post a solution.