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Hello everyone.

I am trying to teach myself how to use CSS and incorporate it into a website I am currently making, but I ran into a problem. The page has two pictures, and two main blocks of text. I had it set up with a picture in the upper left corner, text in the upper right, then the second block of text in the lower left corner and the second picture in the lower right corner. It looks fine on a 1024 x 768 screen, but as the screen size gets smaller, the text covers the pictures and vice versa. I have tried using both percentages and lenth units to correct this with no luck. Does anyone have any advice??


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(NT) (NT) Could you post a link?
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The website I am working on isn't online yet. If you want, I could e-mail you the text documents or post a sample of the CSS. Let me know what you want, and thanks for the post!

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