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2 Pics side by side on a banner HELP ME PLEASE!

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im sooooo confused...how do you put two pictures beside each other, like the ones of the cat here: http://www.virtualpu...hp?kennel=95860
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Hi. What web design software are you using? What I do is I click where I want the images to go (Press enter if you need to get there). I then click on Insert -> Image. I'll insert the first image, press the space bar, and then repeat the process, only using the second image. It really does make a difference with the software though. Get back with me and I'll see if I can give you more specific instructions.
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    The Leather Lady

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The only thing I would add to the above is to make sure the pics fit into the space allotted for them. (If they are too big the second one will automatically jump below the first one) You can resize pics for free with Irfanview, a nifty free graphics editor.
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Another thought is that you design the site similar to what was at that site and have your content all contained within a set sized area.

So for example, if you are stting up to be able to view from 800x600 on up you would set up the area with CSS div tags to contain the content to lets say 760px width. At this point you ensure that the picture width sizes do not exceed 750px (to allow for some padding and seperation) and they will sit side by side (assuming there are no <br /> in between).
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