Most of these free bars, or web page dividers, have
complementary graphics. They are shown here in their full dimensions
(wider than 460 pixels, which is the width of the table in this case
:-0!) The width of some bars can be adjusted in HTML without distortion
(be sure to check how this works in Netscape - it won't). Others can
only be adjusted by manipulating the graphic in a paint program. You'll
have to experiment a little bit to find the right width for your application.
Using a percentage
will cause the bar to expand or shrink relative to the viewing width
of the browser screen.
- You may control
the width by setting the number of pixels:
<img src="image.gif" width="495">
- Or you may
choose a percentage of the page width using:
<img src="image.gif" width="?%">
your web page design calls for a divider line to shrink or expand it is always
to use a Horizontal Rule!
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