Sides with different coloured backgrounds.
This is the best example I can get of what I wish to achieve:
Now, there is a main background which is a light grey with a second white background on top of it.
I can only assume this is done using CSS.
I have had a go at doing something like this but can't!
This particular website also shows some back ground at the top, but I only really want to know how to show it at the sides.
I've tried using div tags then adding a margin but it's hard to know how much of a margin to have, plus this means there has to be text for the background colour to show for some reason.
I want to make websites by having a header and everything on the outside of the header to be a different colour. I can do this using frames or AP divs but...it's hardly good practice
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
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Ace, thanks! Works a treat
ey up sorry, it didn't fully work.
I have a title image that will be centered at the top of the page, I want anything at the side of the title and down from there (like a column at each side) so be a different colour (grey).
Is there some kind of way to put the image in maybe a div then have padding but JUST on the sides.
Sorry, I'll try and find an example...it's something I see all the time but can't find anything now...typical!
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