I have a banner area on a website under construction. It is 939 pixels wide. It is able to be populated with a number of images of varying widths based on the page displayed. It may be 3 images of 313 pixels. or any combination of images that total 939 pixels. I do not want the images to wrap to the next line if the user's browser window is set less than 939 pixels. I want this to work similar to the CSS overflow hidden style for text.
A copy of the dwt file and the CSS file is attached. The width of the img.Banner style may change as other image widths are created.
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