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> but can't seem to get anything else to align with it.
Trying to align page content with background images is a losing proposition.
> Question: Is there a way to align a table, image, or java applet
> as well as horizontally?
In general, most likely not, but it would depend entirely on your page
layout and its infrastructure.
>which uses durius waterpic applet
I wouldn't touch those with a 10-foot pole. Many people do not have the
Java engine installed, and would therefore just see an ugly gray box, or in
my case, a white box with a puzzle icon in it and a link to download the
applet engine. Plus your page takes a big hit on the weight of the applet,
not to mention the 232K background image (at least 4 times heavier than what
should be your total page weight). It's not worth the effort in my opinion.
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"tgnylu" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I'm a beginner using Dreamweaver cs3. I've centered a background image
> vertically and horizontally within the page, but can't seem to get
> else to align with it.
> Or maybe you've got a better solution for me. Take a look at this link:
> I'm trying to center the guitar (which uses durius waterpic applet)
> exactly in
> the middle of the wooden background so that even when the window is
> resized, it
> still remains in the middle.
> Any help is appreciated!
Thanks for the recommendation, but I still need an answer to my original question. The decision on whether or not to use Java isn't mine. Also, the large background image isnt' a part of the java applet and can be reduced in size later on.
Does anyone have an answer to the question in the first post?