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MiriamKilmer A favour: please look at this webpage (43) RE: A favour: please look at this webpage 26 Oct 00

Using Netscape 4.74 I get 3 full copies of the graphic plus the left edge of a fourth house. The blue "Introduction" is on top of the black "C" in the middle house and hard to see (no pun intended).

On Internet Explorer 5.00.etc (it says its a customized version), the graphic appears only once, but the blue words are right on top of the black "C".

Netscape is evidently trying to tile the graphic. (Ha! I just thought of that.) You might have better luck with a .jpg format. Also, Netscape might be confused about whether your size indications are intended for the graphic or the cell.

You might wish to try playing with the size of the graphic, or see what happens if you leave out the "width="330" height="401" after the graphic file name. You can set the width of your image by sizing your table instead. Set the *width* of the cell above the graphic, instead of (or in addition to) the height.

Also, Introduction    Index is outside of your table. I don't know whether that's what you meant to do, but that might be why it's floating on the Black C instead of sinking beneath it.

If you want your links perfectly aligned inside your graphic, you should probably incorporate the words into the graphic and create the links using an image map. There's a simple example of an image map here: Carey

I did it when I was a beginner at both html and graphics; it's not hard.

All your tags seem to be nested properly - very neatly placed on the source page, which makes it easy to see.

I'm mystified by this part, near the top of your source code:

There's nothing but an empty space where I would expect to see a link. What's it for?

Your site is cool. Maybe you can help me out some time when I get stuck!

I wrote this before several of the messages that are appearing now, but then mudcat crashed on me when I tried to post it. My fingers are crossed as I hit the "submit message."

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