row 1, cell 1 row 1, cell 2
row 2, cell 1 row 2, cell 2

Here is the box one.

Here is the box two.

Here is the box2.1

Here is box 2.2

BB2 Page Testing Page

The three square maps below are from http://www.map-generator.org/ and their size is 400 X 400.


Open large map

Open large map

Open large map

This map below is from the same web site but is 800 X 400


Open large map
a
“hatched border” label (the colour does not matter)
a
“solid brown border” label (the colour does not matter)

Simply Testing (this size is three clicks on the + symbol)

"CAMP DOCTOR - Prevent Sickness"

Below is HTML from a BB1 page.

F. (Francis) H. Buzzacott was an outdoorsman and explorer in the 19th and 20th century. Any quotes and references to F.H. Buzzacott are from his book;

"THE COMPLETE AMERICAN AND CANADIAN SPORTSMAN'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF VALUABLE INFORMATION"

The revised edition of his book was dated, 1908. The copy we have was gifted to my Grandfather, (also an ardent woodsman), on the sixth of June, 1908.

While reading these interesting and sometimes quirky (but only to us in the 21st century) short briefs, please keep in mind the year this information was written. There are many excellent and interesting bits of information that is still valid in today's world.



"In Case of Fire in Tent"

"If serious, lay hold of the bottom of the bedding and pull out, and with a blanket smother the fire, quickly. If fire is caught in time you can smother it.
Let the tent go, but save the outfit therein, if possible. You can improvise shelter but not the outfit, so save that part first."

F.H. Buzzacott


Now where does this line end up? Inside a border or ???


Below is HTMS from a BB1 page and I hope it puts a border around it.

experimenting now (the colour does not matter)
"CAMP DOCTOR - Prevent Sickness"

"Going Camping" This is another HTML sample that should have a border around it.

"GOING CAMPING"

"... Wake up man, go to the woods and forest as did your forefathers before ye, where the pure air laden with the health-giving properties of the woods can brace you, where the air and water is pure, where the sweet grass and wild flowers or leaves fill the very atmosphere with that which your system and sight most craves ...."

F.H. Buzzacott - 1908


Below is a special html code as it appears this is a method to get a box around the regular text blocks or maybe even anything else on the page below this code. ... by leaving the </div> off at the end then the border extends to the bottom of the page.

"Flys for the Kamloops area"

"...is a stimulant far more beneficial before hard work, than the same quantity of whiskey."

F.H. Buzzacott - 1908


Now testing with the padding and by leaving the div off the end, the border goes around below text.


Below is the html code for a box with a border and a background colour Note the <p>

YOUR STUFF HERE

Flies for lakes in the Kamloops area

Here is a list of flies to bring to Kamloops and area lakes. These flies are used in all interior lakes and are good for trolling, wet line, and casting. This list is meant as a guideline for flies to get and of course, the flies come in a variety of sizes and some in different colours

Compliments of Ron Thompson - Fly Fisher Extraordinaire



Shrimp - olive, olive grey, pregnant shrimp, werner

Doc Spratley - black, olive, red

Leeches - black, olive, brown, maroon, Las Vegas, Ruby-eyed, Gold beaded

Dragonflies - Damer, Gomphus

Wooly Buggers - black, olive, brown, crystal/black/olive, Little Fort

Careys - red, olive, bright green, green, brown, maroon

Idaho Nymph

Six pack

Halfbacks

Knouff Lake Special

Sedge Pupa

Pheasant Tail - Gold bead flashback, Gold bead, olive, brown

52 Buick

Prince Nymph

Pumpkinhead

Damselflies - light olive,olive, brown

Chironomids chromie, black and red, gunmetal, olive king, and all the others

Flies for lakes in the Kamloops area

Here is a list of flies to bring to Kamloops and area lakes. These flies are used in all interior lakes and are good for trolling, wet line, and casting. This list is meant as a guideline for flies to get and of course, the flies come in a variety of sizes and some in different colours

Compliments of Ron Thompson - Fly Fisher Extraordinaire



Shrimp - olive, olive grey, pregnant shrimp, werner

Doc Spratley - black, olive, red

Leeches - black, olive, brown, maroon, Las Vegas, Ruby-eyed, Gold beaded

Dragonflies - Damer, Gomphus

Wooly Buggers - black, olive, brown, crystal/black/olive, Little Fort

Careys - red, olive, bright green, green, brown, maroon

Idaho Nymph

Six pack

Halfbacks

Knouff Lake Special

Sedge Pupa

Pheasant Tail - Gold bead flashback, Gold bead, olive, brown

52 Buick

Prince Nymph

Pumpkinhead

Damselflies - light olive,olive, brown

Chironomids chromie, black and red, gunmetal, olive king, and all the others

Now testing with the padding and by leaving the div off the end, the border goes around below text.

Flies for lakes in the Kamloops area

Here is a list of flies to bring to Kamloops and area lakes. These flies are used in all interior lakes and are good for trolling, wet line, and casting. This list is meant as a guideline for flies to get and of course, the flies come in a variety of sizes and some in different colours

Compliments of Ron Thompson - Fly Fisher Extraordinaire



Shrimp - olive, olive grey, pregnant shrimp, werner

Doc Spratley - black, olive, red

Leeches - black, olive, brown, maroon, Las Vegas, Ruby-eyed, Gold beaded

Dragonflies - Damer, Gomphus

Wooly Buggers - black, olive, brown, crystal/black/olive, Little Fort

Careys - red, olive, bright green, green, brown, maroon

Idaho Nymph

Six pack

Halfbacks

Knouff Lake Special

Sedge Pupa

Pheasant Tail - Gold bead flashback, Gold bead, olive, brown

52 Buick

Prince Nymph

Pumpkinhead

Damselflies - light olive,olive, brown

Chironomids chromie, black and red, gunmetal, olive king, and all the others