fixed image using css

hi,

please refer to: http://www.32-bits.com/capitolbowl

if you notice in the upper right-hand corner, there is a page curl image. i know enough to use css to get the image to sit in that position, but i can't get it to stay fixed there. when one resizes the window, the page curl "travels" across the browser window over other images and text. how do i get it to stay put?

thanks
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boro_bobCommented:
I'm not sure if this will work or not, but its worth a try.

Add width: 800px to you div.credit class.

It might prevent the credit and corner divs moving less than 800px left.
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karitheAuthor Commented:
boro_bob,

thanks for the attempt! but it doesn't quite work.
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boro_bobCommented:
Looking at the way you have used absolute positioning to layout all your divs, I don't think there is an easy way to fix this.

Adding margin-left:800px to you corner class might do it.

If not consider just losing the corner image from your page. You have a really nice 2D design on that page, and in my opinion the 3D page curl in the corner does not fit with the aesthetic. It only serves to draw the viewer's eye away from the main content.

To be brutally honest it looks like you found a cool Photoshop effect, and just wanted to use it somewhere. God knows I have done that many times myself ;)
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karitheAuthor Commented:
boro_bob,

hah. yeah, i'm probably going to ditch the curl idea. thanks for your input!
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