How to cancel a CSS image tag for only one image inside a <div>?

HI! I am very unexperienced in css, and am currently trying a few things for my website to understand its concept. The website is pretty simple, and the layout works fine, but I have one problem.

Help with layout

This may be a very basic question, but I still need some help Smile

I have been asked to help try and fix this website (link below) for a small shop who I do work for.

What needs to be fixed is the image bar bellow the menu with the "A/W collection" wirtten on it.

The image does not move fluidly with the rest of the layout when the browser is resized.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

How this code works [It's About Float Container]?

Recently while doing practical from StunningCSS3 Book, I faced this problem. First please Look at the code.


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        <li><a href="photos/lymepark.jpg">Zoe at Lyme Park</a></li>
        <li><a href="photos/dovedale.jpg">Cary and Zoe in Dovedale Valley</a></li>
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h3 {
   float: left;
   font-size: .8em;
   font-weight: normal;

images in a horizontal scrolling liquid design.

the title allready says it. I am currently working on a liquid design within a one-page horizontal scrolling design. which surprisingly doesnt give that much complications, the is just one thing I can't figure out. Perhaps I should explain what I am working on first.



<html lang="nl">
<link rel="stylesheet" href="reset.css" type="text/css" />
<link rel="stylesheet" href="stylesheet.css" type="text/css" />
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />

Floating CSS divs

So I'm looking for a simple solution to this problem. I have to div boxes vertically stacked. I'd like the bottom box to remain directly underneath the top box regardless of the height of the top box. This way when I add content to the top box I don't have to adjust to vertical position of the bottom box.


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