I'm trying to put this 800x60 banner image on my page, I succeeded to center it, but I don't want it to stay from above the menu on the left.

So, lets say that this menu is 100px wide, then I want a minimum distance of 100px between browser border and banner image, but the image being centralized when browser window is becoming bigger.

Thx in advance

Grtz, K?!

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never mind, solved it with a fluid design approach.


If you are using div tags, give the margin-left:100px; for your image div tag(div tag that holds your image).


well, I have tried to create a "liquid" banner (fluid design) that gets wider when the window's width increases. So there are typical 3 div's (left, center, right) (and a container div for these three. Deleted and put it back several times trying things).

But I keep getting these weird results.

I'v put a min-width in the left div, but there is this space thats being preserved in it, whether I have set this min width or not...

I'm not good at making this all clear, ask me questions if you need to know certain things.

I would like an example (cross-browser compatible) of the fluid banner I'm talking about.

This is my html

<div id="banner_container">
	<div id="banner_left"></div>
	<div id="banner_center"><img src="img/banner_text.png" /></div>
	<div id="banner_right"></div>

This is my css (only for the banner part of course):

	width: 100%;
	height: 60px;
	/*overflow: hidden;*/
	float: left;
	width: 15%;
	/*min-width: 130px;*/
	height: 60px;
	background: url(img/banner_left.png) no-repeat top right;
	float: left;
	width: 70%;
	/*min-width: 100px;*/
	height: 60px;
	background: #000;
	float: left;
	width: 15%;
	/*min-width: 28px;*/
	height: 60px;
	background: url(img/banner_right.png) no-repeat top left;

Edited by K?!: n/a


For example, when I put in min-width=100px; for the left div, it resizes pretty good, and everything stays in the same position, the right div just disappears when the browser window gets too small.

When I set it to 150 px, when the browser window gets too small, the right div jumps UNDER the others...

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