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Posted on 2010-08-20
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Hello

I am trying to add a background advert like the ones on the left and right on freeonlinegames.com.

I only waht it on the right hand side but I need it to be clickable but not extend into the browser if it is too small (like the ones on freeonlinegames)

I have searched and cannot find how to do this.The ones on freeonlinegames are flash but dont move so this might be part of the solution.

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Adam
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Hi,

They have 3 div's with the left and right column's fixed, its similar to the holy grill here: http://www.cssplay.co.uk/layouts/frame.html

and this

http://www.webpelican.com/web-tutorials/css-frames-tutorial/

Darren
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OK thanks for your answer - I am not sure this is what I want

Waht i need is to have a swf on the left hand side of my web page but it the users screen resolution is too small (say my main content is 1000px so if user has 1020px width) the swf would be hidden.

Thanks
Adam
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