adding images inline CSS

Hello Forum Members. I am new here and hope you all have had a good Christmas break. I live in Queensland Australia where we are plagued by huge floods. I want to learn how to add three images across the bottom of the page. Unfortunately it is done in inline CSS and need to keep it that way because of the database connected to it. Can you help?

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
<html>
 
<head>
 
 
<meta http-equiv="Content-Language" content="en-us">

Making a div tag take up 100% width minus an image to the left

Hello everyone, this is my first post here and I've read all the guidelines and stuff so I hope I'm not violating any norms here but I apologize if I am.

I've searched and searched for a solution to my problem but I think I'm more of a noob then I realized because either I don't even know enough to search for the right thing or no one has ever had the same problem (I doubt that).

CSS/iFrames?? Why won't this work?

I got a template from a website and the way it was created won't allow iframes to work so that I can use the links to open within the content box.

-> website

Mysterious spacing issues with site

This is a sticky issue. I've tried a ton of stuff, and I need more eyes on the problem.

The issue is that there is a 1em space showing up only on my home page. I can't isolate what property is making the space. You can check it out at: http://centuryparmerplace.com

Below is the neighborhood section of the site with the correct header spacing:

and this is the home page with the mysterious space:

The relative positioning on the DIV (relative) in the F5 to manually refresh in IE6

Hello everybody, brother novice, just joined this forum, we are now experiencing a question to ask! Members of the workers there.

I wrote a web page using CSS style of a DIV in CSS. As

CSS:

.IndexAdFrame{
position:relative;
left:160px;
top:40px;
_left:0px;
_top:-30px;
height:500px;
width:804px;
_width:801px;
border-left:solid 1px #CACACA;
border-bottom:solid 1px #00617D;
border-right:solid 1px #BCBCBC;
background-color:#FFF;
display:block
}

HTML:

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