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Make a backround for a navbar in CSS?


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Good title huh?

Anyway, can someone explain to me how I should put a border between my navbar and my text? I'm not going to provide an image, but let's just say the text on the left menu nav is really close to the main body, and I can't figure out how to separate them. I tried using tables, but I can't figure out how to get them to work, and they're really confusing. Can anyone help?

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You'll probably want something more like whether or not it repeats, and where it's positioned. W3schools is awesome for learning stuff like that. :)

Oh gosh, how did I skip over that? Next time I'll learn to be less stupid...but thanks, by website will be done soon.

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background-image:url(whereisyourpicture.gif);

You'll probably want something more like whether or not it repeats, and where it's positioned. W3schools is awesome for learning stuff like that. :)

Oh gosh, how did I skip over that? Next time I'll learn to be less stupid...but thanks, by website will be done soon.

No worries...I'm trying to design a new one just because I can...the really old one is at http://users.sbuniv.edu/~491019 but it's really bad 'cause it was a few years ago. :roll: If you need examples you're free to look at or use the html/css stuff...it's table-free. :D

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