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[Slightly off topic background info]
I've been working on a system so that I can overlay notes onto my
photos. A basic run down is that a user will click the top left and
bottom right of an area within an image then it'll shoot off and save
the x,y of the clicked area. Now, when a user comes to visit the page,
I pull the points back and use absolute positioning to place them over
the image. The x,y points stored in the database are relative to the
position over the image.
I get the position of the containing element (called 'photoContainer')
and add that to the x,y points to give me my final absolute position.
My problem seems to come in when I'm setting the values for the
absolutely positioned elements. In IE, they don't show at all, Firefox
3.0.11 displays them correctly sometimes, Safari is about 20px out and
so is chrome.
The results are shown here:
I've really ran out of ideas now and can't understand why they're not
positioning correctly, any help at all would be appreciated.
Thank you for at least taking the time to read my post.
t: 07543 670838
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