Yes, that does help. The div now floats on the page, which is good. The
problem is that I want it to appear at a specific point on the viewable
area, not just the page itself. For example, I don't want it at 50px in
and 100px from the top of the page, but rather from the viewable section
of the page. So, if I've scrolled halfway down, it will still appear
50px in and 100px + half of the page down. Does this make sense?
PS: Can we not reply to the group just by hitting Reply? I think I
accidentally sent this to Francois first because I just hit the Reply
From: Francois Gagnon [EMAIL-REMOVED]]
Sent: Thursday, September 19, 2002 1:31 PM
To: Brian G. Vallelunga
Subject: Re: [css-d] Float a div over a page?
"I'd like to have the div appear above all other content, and at a
place on a page"
That smell like absolute positioning
Try replacing position: relative;
with position: absolute;
That should get you started
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