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I came up with a theory about why the greens stripe on the bottom part of the page doesn't move with the rest of the page, but when I tried downloading as a complete web page and modifying it, I couldn't duplicate the results on this machine.

My theory was this. In the top half of the page, the part with the images, the absolute postition language is inside the table, so it shifts with the table. On the bottom part it is not inside a table, so it stays fixed with respect to the edge of the monitor screen.
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Yes you're right. The top part is actually composed of a sliced image, placed within tables, while the bottom part simply acts as a background.

I changed the background-attachment to scroll instead of fixed, and added background-position: left; now it scrolls with the rest of the page. At least it scrolls for me...

Anyways, the reason you couldn't duplicate the page on your computer is because the page uses SSI, which requires a SSI enabled server to display.
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