John earls 2012-04-30 08:09:14
I an a new web developer using MS Front Page 2002
Every page in the web I am building contains tables with
multiple rows and columns, each having a graphic as a
background. Within each cell, there is typically text and
other graphics (thumbnails of items)
In Normal view and Preview view, these images re visible
as the background images for cells. However, once I
published the web, they are not visible.
Q. How can I make the background images for cells
Also, when I print the page while on-line, these same
background images are also absent.
Q. How do I configure the page (and/or images) to print
if the viewer decides they want to print out the web page?
Thomas a. rowe 2012-04-30 08:09:17
1. URL to the site in question is?
2. Which browser/version are you viewing the site in?
3. Is your browser configured to show images and to print images?
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Jim buyens 2012-04-30 08:09:29
Not all browsers can display background images you
configure for table cells. Which browser were you using?
A setting on each Web visitor’s browser configures this.
Most web pages look much better in print without the
background. Supressing the background is therefore the
This is up to the Web visitor, not you.
Lesson: Never use background picures to display essential
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