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CSS and Image Loading

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by drdrew1469, Jan 27, 2005.

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  1. drdrew1469

    drdrew1469 Thread Starter

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    Is it possible to code a css sheet with an image and absolute placement? What I'm doing is coding a css and using "div" rather than tables for seo placement reasons and speed of loading and want the logo, not the background, that's done (top, upper left of "header" div) to appear in this div for every page referencing the css. Is this possible or am I sol on this? Also, can static text links be used in a css (ie, navbar)?

    thanks,

    drew
     
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    drdrew1469 Thread Starter

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    drew,

    I don't think what your asking is possible, that would be like using frames (which you don't want to do). You may want to use iframes, but you would still need to code each page with a redirect to the "outer" page, because if it ranks high enough and it's clicked on, it won't look right. The only other thing I can think of is dynamically loading a table after a link on your page is clicked, but your seo placement will suffer. You could always place all your divs on a single page and when a link is clicked it loads that div, but your page would take forever to load, but think of how much content will be on one page! :eek: I just replied to my own post! :rolleyes:

    hth,

    drew
     
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