Quote:> I'm VERY new to FP2000.
> I'm trying to place a washout picture (from a gif or jpeg) to appear
> everything on every page on a web. I've played both with making the image
> on all pages as a background (I'm using shared borders and one of the
> that comes with FP) and with making it a picture that I insert and send to
> the back and washout. I have several questions and problems.
> 1. Are there any benefits of using a gif vs a jpeg?
> 2. No matter what I try, the image doesn't cover the entire page. Also,
> I read it, using the image as a background (vs. as an inserted picture)
> a watermark, according to the Help online, is supposed to tile the image
> fill the entire page but it doesn't. Does it have to be a certain size
> image to begin with?
> 3. In trying to make the site as generic as possible, I've also played
> various levels of the compatibility. Right now I am trying compatibility
> with IE and Navigator, and with ver. 3. Do these settings influence what
> I'm trying to achieve?
> 4. VERY STRANGE PROBLEM: within the web, there is one page that has 4
> links on it that represent four different activities or clubs. FP
> automatically added an "UP" button to the shared border at the top of each
> of these linked pages. That is great BUT, in IE 5.0, the button works
> fine and returns me to the page that has all 4 links, just as it should.
> BUT a friend running IE 4, while she sees the "UP" button, the button's
> doesn't return to the calling page but somehow magically is linked to the
> background gif!!!! Hovering over the "UP" shows the xxx.gif as the URL!!!
> What is going on here??
> I appreciate ANY clues on ANY of these.