If you take out the (XML-correct) / in the <img> tag, it will work in
Netscape 6. Prior versions may have problems with it. FWIW, Netscape 6
renders it better than IE5.5!
> Unless, of course, you want it to also work in NS.
> Tom "Pepper" Willett
> Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
> & Grumpy Old Geezer ;-)
> > <img src="pic.jpg" style="position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; z-order:
> > width: 100%; height: 100%" />
> > Image will fit the window area, regardless of window size, screen
> > resolution, color depth, anything. It will ALWAYS fit the window area.
> > course, that means that it won't always be square. You can take out
> > the Height or the Width settings to make sure it will always be the
> > shape, but then it might not fit on the window right. Give or take - it
> > still works.
> > > Hi all....
> > > I want to have a "Cover Page" to a HTML project that I am working on
> > > Frontpage. I have created a jpg file which looks great, but if the
> > > is opened in a window, or on a PC with a different resolution, half of
> > > graphic disappears, or it is tiled... either way it looks pretty dumb.
> > > Is there an easy way to make the graphic automatically resize to fit
> > > size of the browser Window?
> > > I'd be grateful if anyone could give me some tips.
> > > Thanks
> > > Darrell