Sliding doors don't look right

Posted on 2007-07-28
Last Modified: 2013-11-19
I've just started trying to do my own website and I wanted to put in a sliding doors navigation bar but it never looks right when I preview it. I got the code & gifs from here
From what I can see the background of the current tab, in this case Order should show a white tab  (made up off left_on.gif & right_on.gif) but instead it just shows the page background (bg.gif). This is the second one i've tried with the same result, it's the same result when previewed in mozilla firefox orIE, it should be a simple cut & paste job.
Cheers for any help.
Question by:dolbeag
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    Accepted Solution

    Hello dolbeag,

    I just took a quick look & the navigation looks fine to me.  Are you putting all of the images in the same folder as the web page?  Are the other images/tabs appearing correctly?  Do you have a link to the page?


    Author Comment

    Spot on oceanbeach had all the gifs in a subfolder, moved them to the same folder as the web page and jobs a good one.
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    Expert Comment

    Hi dolbeag,

    Happy to be of assistance!


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