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I tried to replace a slice by using it as a backgound instead. Then I'm going to put text over it. I'm using the steps in the Super Tutorial on "the Cafe". Too tired to get the link right now, sorry.

I think the cell and the image need to be the exact same size. I think I know the size of my image. But I can't figure out how to tell the size of the cell. How do I do that?

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When you say cell do you mean a cell in a table ie a TD tag?

if so something along these lines would fit your bill....

Code:
<td style="background-image: url('nameandpathofbackground.jpg');width:xxpx; height:xxpx;">
where xx is replaced by the size in pixels of the image.
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When you say cell do you mean a cell in a table ie a TD tag?

if so something along these lines would fit your bill....

Code:
<td style="background-image: url('nameandpathofbackground.jpg');width:xxpx; height:xxpx;">
where xx is replaced by the size in pixels of the image.
Thanks, I'm going to have to look at that a few times to figure it out. I spent the AM trying to fix the html for the naviagation bar. Don't know why it would work on 2 pages but not the rest.... Was cutting and pasting up a storm - a bit scary, since what I know about html wouldn't fill a teaspoon.

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