Is there a fix for this:
background: #000 url (images/spacer.gif) repeat-x;
It expands no matter how big you make your bowser (horizontally) fine on FF3/2 and IE7 but not IE 6....any ideas?
Try width: 100%;
Thanks but ie 6 still doesn't flinch.
.....that makes ie 7 and ff work better though
Here what I have in the html:
<img src="images/header.gif" width="771" height="34" alt="" /><br />
Could be a position:absolute problem I guess.
yeah I just need some sort of solution on it
When absolutely positioning it is best to specify both an x and y coordinate so browsers don't have to guess. IE6 won't respond to stretching by specifying both left and right positions, so along with the 100% width, specify the left and top positions and remove the right. I question whether the absolute positioning is necessary anyway - using the default static position the div will expand to full available width naturally.