Insert inside_07.jpg in the first row.
inside_09.jpg in the second row, inside _10.jpg in third row , inside_11.jpg in fourth row, inside_12.jpg in fifth row, inside_13.jpg in sixth row, inside_14.jpg in seventh row & inside_15.jpg in eighth row.
Select the left panel table, In the properties panel click on clear row width and clear row height to remove unwanted height and width in the table.
2. Steps to create the body table 1024 resolution compatible.
Create a table of 1 row and 2 columns with border 0, Cell pad Cell space as 0 & width 100%.
Select the left panel table and cut paste it inside the first column of the body table.
Adjust the width of the 1st column of the body table as per the inside left panel table.
3. Select the left panel table placed inside the first column of the body table and choose alignment as Vert 'Top' in the Properties Panel.
So that the table dosen't slide down while the content is placed in the second column of the body table
4. Open Adobe Photoshop.
Choose File > Open and open inside.psd layout.
Create a rectangular marquee selection of width 779 pixels and height 3 pixels.
Select the background layer in the layers window in Photoshop 7.0.
Press Ctrl + Shift + C ( to copy all the above images in one command )
Press Ctrl + N ( to create a new file of the same size as the selection )
Press Ctrl + Shift + V ( to paste the copied image in the new file created )
5. To make the body table compatible by a horizontal bg image, the bg image should be the width of the higher resolution to be made compatible.
If the layout has to be made 1024 x 768 pixels resolution compatible then the width of the image should be around 1024 pixels or more.
6. Choose Image > Canvas size, enter width 1024 pixels and Click ok.
Select Move Tool and move the image to the left so that the image touches the canvas left edge.
To fill the right empty space in the canvas.
Choose the Eye Dropper tool, Zoom the image upto 1600 %.
Pick the color by clicking on the extreme right edge part of the image.
The color gets selected and is displayed in the Foreground Color Pallete.
Select the background layer and press Alt + Back Space to fill the color.