Wow, I really had trouble coming up with a title for this topic. I promise, I'm not as crazy as I seem this far. Ha.
What I did:
I created a single layout with a header, a banner, a main content area, and a footer and enclosed all of this inside a wrapper. I used the same code to produce multiple pages. In my banner, I'm keeping text on the left and am using a wide photo across the background. Since I used the same code for all of my pages, the DIV for the banner is quite simply "banner". As such, the banner on all of my pages demonstrate the exact same features down to the background photo.
What I'm trying to do:
I'm trying to use a different background photo in the banner for each of my pages. However, since they are all set as DIV "banner", they all get the same background photo.
Is there a way to make all of my banners share on set of instructions from my Style Sheet for size, border, etc. but change the background photo for each banner in a seperate set of instructions in my Style Sheet?
What I've tried:
I tried calling the banner for the services page "#banner_services" and set the background for that DIV but it doesn't pick up any of the other instructions from the "#banner" instructions in my Style Sheet.
I'm using Dreamweaver CS4.
I'm sure this is an easy fix, it's just that I'm relatively new to CSS.
Any and all information will be greatly appreciated.