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  1. Yes that worked, i removed the space. I have 'whitespace' between all the defines in my CSS file, never mattered with the others though. Still thats another lesson learned! Thanks Darkspire
  2. I was working under the idea that the call exceuted from where it was called, that is from the HTML folder layout below. Folder layout: Folder with the HTML in ^ Subject folder ^ Pages folder ^ Graphic folder /folder misc with the graphic file in Your saying it is from the folder with the CSS file in? I just copied the graphic into the CSS folder and tried it and still not working, are you sure my syntax is correct? p.back {background-image: url ('back_grad.gif'); background-repeat: repeat-x;} Thanks Darkspire
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    Ive been trying to use a background image for my frame and cant seem to get the syntax right. Ive used <p> with a class, p.back p.back {background-image: url (../../../graphics/misc/back_grad.gif); background-repeat: repeat-x;} Thought it be missing quotes as some sites have those in, so i tried p.back {background-image: url ('../../../graphics/misc/back_grad.gif'); background-repeat: repeat-x;} Tried with "marks as well and that didnt work either. Is it the url part? I also tried src and img src withouth any luck. Thanks Darkspire
  4. Thank you, that works great. Just one question, you have used a text-align in the table define, i thought the align in the <table> in HTML not CSS was to align the table not the text? Thanks Darkspire
  5. Thanks folks for all the help, ive got the <p> problem sorted out, i made two classes, p.title (no justify) and p.normal (with justify)but cant seem to get table to work.In my frame ive got: <table width="100%" align="center" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="1"> which i tried to replace with an entry in the CSS file: table {width:100%; align:center; cellspacing:0; cellpadding:0; border:1;} Which i am not sure is working as the border doesnt show? Thanks Darkspire
  6. Thanks for the prompt reply, could you point me in the right direction with a link for a good tutorial for how to do this in CSS?Im not the sharpest tool in the box but im not the bluntest either, but all ive managed to pick up so far is color, links and fonts. Thanks Darkspire
  7. 1.I have a page that sets up frames and was wondering what DOCTYPE does it require? A.<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Frameset//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/frameset.dtd"> or this one? B.<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd"> 2.Do i use B. for the setup page and A. for the frames or A. for both? 3.Ive been using <p align="justify"> is this correct? i know it works, but im unsure as to whether it is the correct syntax? Its just I thought <td width=""> was incorrect but since found it not to b
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