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can a div width 'submit' to a minimum width of a div inside itself?

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Hi,

On this page:

http://www.eaglerockre.com/test_index.asp

The page container div is set to adjust with browser window width, but is there a way to stop it from shrinking beyond a certain point? The banner image would be a nice minimum, but currently the page container will shrink behind the banner image and it looks clunky.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

Bill
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Greetings billium99,

You could add min-width:800px; to the containers css.

This will work for all browsers except ie6 :/

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Thanks Steggs

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