The background, page layout and logo are one big JPG 2000 px wide x 1440 px high:
I see the vine leaf background at all resolutions as I adjust my browser viewport.
The rest of the page content is inserted inside centred, fixed width <div>s, min 775 pixels wide, to complete the illusion of a liquid page layout.
Thanks for replying.
However I did not understand your reply at all. The link you have mentioned also does not convey much.
Could you please explain this to me.
Sorry, but I am very new to Adobe products and building web sites. Also please mention if Dreamweaver, which is in my Design Premium
CS4 is the best option to use for this purpose.
Thanks once again.
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Start with the background:
The link I provided shows how the background of the xwinery.com page is made.
It's a single JPG image containing the vine leaf, the page and the logo.
Does that make any sense to you or not?
yes it does
thanks john, for your help