Anitra's Creations from
Stephanie Pui-Mun Law's
"The Bridge of Wings Where She Waits"
There are several ways to place the body of your page to clear the border. I don't like to use a table to do it, because the entire content of a table has to load before the browser displays any of it. I think my border is pretty, but I don't think it's enough to entertain anyone for a minute or so while they wait for a lot of text, images, and/or other content to load.
I usually use <div> commands to position the content. For this page, I used
<div style="position: absolute; top: 5px; left: 80px; width: 90%; visiblility: visible;">
Be sure to use a closing </div> just before the </body> tag.
This background file is quite small, but the centerpiece is very large. To help your page load faster, you can duplicate the look of having any number of customized navigation buttons while loading only one image file, by using small tables (76x76) with the image as background.
Place your mouse cursor over the graphic you want. On PC, click the right button; on Mac, click and hold. Choose "Save to disk" from the popup menu.
Mac users, click here for a copy of the background that you can download. It will open in a separate window: close that window to return here. PC users can right-click anywhere on the background to get a popup menu with the "Save background to disk" option.