Hi, I have an old image on the left side, and an image on the rigt side.
The old image, I made it bigger in a graphics program, and am trying to position the new one in place, but now the old image wont dissppear.
do I just try position the new larger image over it then or what.
code is
body{ background-image:url('images/webtemplate1.jpg');
bacground-repeat:no-repeat;
color:#000000;
background-color:red;
text-align:center;

I get confused how many body styles or classes you can have. I dont know if every image must be put under background.
}
Then I have h1{position:absolute;top:5px;left:400px;
background:#000A0;
color:yellow
font-weight:bold;
font-size;18pt;
font-family:font.family:Hawai_killer;
}
.p{background:yellow;
color:red
text-align:center;
font-color:red;
}
I have the text, which Im moving in the middle between the two images.
which code must I remove to get rid of the first old image thats on the left of the page. I got rid of the img src= under the <body> only have the img src for the image on the right, and the large new image, that I want on the left in place of the old one, that wont dissapear.

html <body> is <h1>My ART<h1>