Thank you, thank you, thank you! I've come a long way
in the past 4 months with CSS, but positioning is
definately my weak point. This was a great lesson to
learn from. I appreciate your help, both of you.
The working page is at:
I'll test it on Win2000, NS6.2 and IE6.0 tomorrow when
I get to work. For now, it works great on Mac OS X
NS6.2 and IE5.2.
> Lon Kraemer wrote:
> > Your problem is the anchor for your positioning,
> > currently the body. Relatively position your form,
> > then absolutely position from there.
--- Big John [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> I checked to see, and yes it works in all my Win
> browsers. One thing; if <form> is made 'relative',
> Op6 shows the hidden divs at a lower position
> height than the other browsers. But if instead,
> I put a relative wrapper div around the form, the
> layout remains the same, and Op6 now displays like
> the others.
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From [EMAIL-REMOVED] Fri Aug 2 04:36:11 2002
From: [EMAIL-REMOVED] (Peter Bowyer)
Date: Fri Aug 2 03:36:11 2002
Subject: [css-d] help! List traffic is drowning me...
At 13:00 01/08/02 -0700, Matt.Wilkie wrote:
>The archives at http://two.pairlist.net/mailman/private/css-discuss/ are a
>great help but they aren't searchable.
This is one of the problems with the Mailman archive system. Instead of
providing all the tools needed to build a great archive, they seem to
expect you to create it yourself, using mngosearch or htdig to search the
archives that they create. I'm not impressed. The rest of Mailman is
great - just a shame about this feature.
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