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  1. What I need help with is exactly that. I have a container within the site I am creating that is about 700px wide and has a height of 100% [which I am assuming means that it can stretch to fit?]. Anyway, I have inserted a scroll box that I would like to remain on the left hand side and then have a rightbox that is to be a "photo gallery" of sorts and also contains shopping buttons. All I need to do is get the scroll box to align with the rightbox and I should be home free and able to upload the content to my site. If anyone has any suggestion(s) for me, I would seriously appreciate them - you have no idea how much I'll owe you. The CSS that needs tweeking (as well as the wrapper and content CSS) is as follows:#wrapper { margin: 0 auto; margin-top: 100px; border: 1px solid #ffffff; width: 760px; background: #E0D0C0 url('images/runner.gif'); background-position: bottom right; background-repeat: no-repeat; }html>body #wrapper { height: 100%; min-height: 600px;}#content { text-align: left; padding: 15px 150px 15px 15px; float: right; width: 600px; height: 100%; font-family: trebuchet ms,arial,verdana; font-size: 9pt; font-weight: normal; color: #ffffff;}html>body #content { min-height: 500px; height: 100%;} #scroll{ margin: 5px; padding: 10px; align: left; height: 250px; width: 200px; font-size: 12px; font-family: trebuchet ms, arial, verdana; overflow: scroll; border: 4px double #000066; float: left;}#rightbox { padding: 10px; margin-left: auto; text-align: left; width: 350px; height: 415px; float: right;}
  2. I need any advice that can be given to me by all of the knowledgeable w3school users out there I recently created a site for a friend's new business venture. Unfortunately, I have only taken one web design course, so it has been difficult for me to finish. If you would like to go to the site to better visualize my problem, it is: www.basketsbymollie.com. As a side note, I would like to say the whole site is not yet loaded, i.e. the 'shop' section does not exist because I have some CSS/formatting issues to work through.Okay, so here goes:We purchased the domain name and hosting service (Linux) through GoDaddy.com. The site will eventually exist for my friend to be able to sell her baskets online and it involves the use of a lot of pictures.To make browsing the baskets easier, more convenient, I used a lightbox JavaScript to enable users to click on the photos, view them, and close out of them without navigating away from the page. The only problem here is that when everything was uploaded to GoDaddy something happened and, online, the pictures themselves do not show up -- though the other aspects of the JavaScript work smoothly. I called the site's help line and they said that everything looks like it should be working properly. They also noted that we are well below our space capacity for uploads, so that is not an issue either.Furthermore, there is one only picture on the site, on the 'about' page, that is not linked with the javascript file and it does show up. Any advice out there for me? I will be forever indebted to you and appreciate anyone who even reads this!
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