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nofx1728
01-26-2006, 01:20 PM
I need some help. I'm using Dreamweaver 8, but I have Dreamweaver MX 2004. You can view the page problems I'm having here http://www.geocities.com/nofx1727/index.htm . Disregard the fact that none of the images are appearing, I don't know how to use geocities basic page, so even though the images are on the server.. they still don't display. At the top the white rectangle is actually a flash.swf. I would like to set it to 100%, but when I set the width to 100% it actually makes the movie smaller, so currently it is at 800 width. I would like that to appear all the way to the left, and at the very top. I created a table.. not nearly finished with page, but the table was 4 rows by 1 column. I can't move it any higher in Dreamweaver, so I don't know how to get this .swf to appear at the very top left of the page, so no background is showing. Next comes a gradient rectangle underneath the flash.swf. As you can see this is also not on the left edge of the page, like I would want it, but that is as far left as I can get it. There is also a gap between the flash.swf and the gradient rectangle. I would like the gradient rectangle to be directly beneath the flash.swf so no background is showing. Next comes a transparent logo. I want the background showing, and it does.. but again there is a gap between the gradient rectangle, and the start of the logo. Finally the 4th box is again that same gradient rectangle. Same problems as all the others.. does not line up with the left edge of the page, and there is a gap between the bottom of the logo, and the start of the gradient rectangle. Can someone please help me fix these problems? I'm desperate. Basically I want the images to start at the very top left of the page, with no gaps in between them.

Thanks,

nofx1728

raspino
01-26-2006, 01:59 PM
As far as your images are not showing, check the path. I had a similar problem. If the files are in the same folder as the other pages the tags should be something like this <img src "filename"...> if it is in a different folder it should be something like this <image src "/foldername/filename....>

thi is my 1 cent

Creative Insanity
01-26-2006, 05:13 PM
You have spaces in your naming method.. remove them.
Celeste Web/gradient_rectangle.jpg
I actually get them displayed from this location.
http://www.geocities.com/nofx1727/gradient_rectangle.jpg
So remove the Celeste Web/ from the image tag and try again.