Hey all - am revamping my website stuff and have run into a snag with
getting what I'm after.
I've built the main page with 3 frames: top left allows selection
between types of woodworking; thumbnail pics appear below in a vertical
column; blank frame to the right comprises most of the real estate on
the page. Choosing a thumbnail makes a larger image appear in the large
Problem is that I want the same #333333 background for all three frames
and what happens is that when the thumbnail is chosen, the enlarged pic
appears with a non-333333 background (in my case it's white as that's
the default setting in my browser).
The only way I've been able to figure out how to do this is to make a
seperate html page for each picture that is called up instead of the pic
by itself. Any other ways to do it?
Here's a link to a rough assemblage of the new design:
(I'll be tweaking the font colors, sizing and placement after I get this
color thing worked out. Also, only the topmost pic is uploaded for
illustration purposes only.)
Owen Lowe and his Fly-by-Night Copper Company
Offering a shim for the Porter-Cable 557 type 2 fence design.
Click to see the full signature.