I am using a big image on one page. When the page loads the image makes a jump. The page starts loading in one position then jumps to the left and finishes loading there. I tried taking the pixel size out of the line. That made the jump smaller, but still the page jumps. I tried putting the image in a div, and taking it out of a div. How could I code this big image into the page in such a way that it will not make the page jump over to the left while loading?
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In the head tags set up your style tags:
Reference the nav tag and set your properties.: (CODE)
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