WEB CSS problem.

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  1. Sam Axe

    Sam Axe New Member

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    Hey fellas, I need some help on a problem that I can't seem to fix. Test site is http://braapster.net

    With that said, let me explain what I need to do. I need to create a fluid header, using three images. One on the left that will probably be 3-500px wide (depends on the design I want to use) and the right one is 500px. Then I'll just have a filler bg to fill in the middle, that will be 5px wide, repeating along the x-axis. Now, I dunno what I am doing wrong, as I know css pretty well, but I cannot seem to get this to work. I think my brain is fried, and probably my syntax is off, as I am terrible with syntax. Also don't mind how the site looks, the colors are the way they are for the client to see where the diff elements are, etc.

    Any help/guidance ya'll can offer would be amazing.

    Index- just look at the source
    stylesheet- http://braapster.net/fisherauto/thestore.css
     
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    <div style="header">

    style should be class.
     
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    Still nothing. Im at a complete loss here. I fucking hate making headers :p
     
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    still says style on the website..can you upload a new copy with it changed?

    also, it might be id instead of class, i haven't looked over the css.
     
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    kingtoad OT Supporter

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    That would actually be an inline style.

    It should be

    <div class="header"></div>
     
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    Oh duh. Sorry didn't update the website. I was doing it locally here.

    Should be updated to what I was doing.
     
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    Any ideas?
     

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