How do I have a "fixed" frame for the entire website instead of "dynamic"?

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How do I have a "fixed" frame for the entire website instead of "dynamic"?
The pictures on my site move around whenever I resize the browser, is there a way to have a fixed width for the site? Thank you!
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Anyone?
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Hi Boni

Sorry that you've been waiting for a response for a couple of days.

I'm not sure I really understand what you are seeking. Do you want your pictures in a table?

Would you be able to provide further clarification or example of what you are seeking?

I'm sure that someone here will be able to assist you.
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Hi littleus, thanks for the response.

What happen is the content of my site (pictures, text) would move around to fit the window size. Let's say I put 5 pictures in a row. When I shrink my window, 3 would move to the next row and so on. Is there a way to keep the width fixed? I'm using the "Capsicum" template. Sorry I am new to Yola as well as website building. Hopefully someone will be able to understand and help.
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Hi Boni,

I must apologise as well for the delayed response. Please can you post the URL of your site for us to take a closer look.

I am sure we can help you find a solution soon.
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Hi Kershnee,

http://BoniKBoutique.yolasite.com
Pardon the dust. It is still under construction.

Thanks!
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Hi Boni

Thanks for clarifying and for sharing your url. I believe I understand what you are asking. You will need to put your images in a table and give your table a fixed width. Here's a link that you may find useful for your site: http://getsatisfaction.com/yola/topic...

The number of images you can put on in one row will depend largely on the size of the template. Some templates will be wider than other. Also, the dimension of the images will also foretell how many you can fit on one line. Obviously, the smaller the images, the more you can fit in a row.

By the way, you need to resize all of your images. They are much too big and is causing your site to load up slowly. You may find this tutorial helpful:

http://www.yola.com/tutorials/images-...

If this does not work well for you, please let us know and we'll try to come up with something else.