Hey guys, I'm in the process of creating a website. On my index page I'm including 3 pictures. A Background, two images with hrefs to Login and Signup.
So I got everything to work all fine, but because I'm trying hard not to work with position: (don't ask why) I am left with a massive white area if someone is zoomed in or out too far or have a different monitor size. I want to fill this white area with a color, but how would I do so?
I have set:
That's all the CSS. As you can see I have positioned things with pixels, so I can use the body as a ratio.
The HTML goes along the lines of:
<a href="create.html"><img src="create.png"></img></a>
<a href="login.html"><img src="login.png"></img></a>
So basically I have an area, the whole body, that's one picture and I can only work inside this area. However the outside of the body is just plain white, is there a way I can set this white to a color of my choice? I tried editing the HTML but it just screws it all up..
If I'm not clear enough, just say.
thanks for anyone that helps - I'll check here regularly for replies.