download any of these images, right-click (Windows)
or click-and-hold (Macintosh) on them; then select
"Save image as..." and choose a directory
on your hard drive where you'd like to save them.
off, the individual pieces appear below. After those
you can see some samples of how this border design
looks when the pieces are put together.
Remember that each of these pieces is downloaded only
once by the web browser. That means that there's no
additional download time for each of the repeating sections.
You should be very cautious about placing text inside
a border that's closed on the bottom; because the size
of fonts will vary from one system to another, on some
systems your border may develop gaps between the sections.
It's safest to use a graphic in the middle so you have
control over its size.
Be sure that your table sets its border size, cel padding,
and cel spacing all to zero - otherwise there will be
gaps in the design. On some browsers if these attributes
are not set they may default to one, not zero.
Cel alignment is crucial with this design. Work
from the HTML code of the examples as you experiment
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money from the site, feel free to use these designs.
If you are profiting by building a site for someone
else, do not use them. If you are creating your own
commercial site, do not use them. If
you want to use one of these designs as a tattoo, a
stationery design for your personal email, or want to
make an object for your own use (not for sale) using
one of these designs, go ahead. It
is specifically prohibited for anyone other than the
artist to include these images in a collection of clip
art, whether for profit or not. Got it?
you use these designs on your web pages, I would be
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them for a package of sunshine
If you want the things you love, you must
So when you hear it thunder don't run
under a tree,
There'll be Pennies From Heaven for you and me."
From Heaven" by John Burke & Arthur Johnston, 1936