On Tuesday 07 December 2004 12:54 pm, !!blue wrote:
> On Tue, 7 Dec 2004 12:09:11 -0500, Seth Rothberg
> [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> > What bothers me the most about the template is the way the site search
> > form behaves when the window gets big. It sits underneath the dropdown
> > menu but when the window is made larger it moves over to the right past
> > the menu. I'd like it better if the form's right hand margin were the
> > same as the menu's above it. Is this possible given that i've floated
> > the search form right and would like to keep it where it is now?
> > The page is http://www.joneslibrary.org/newbanner12.html
> > The css is at http://www.joneslibrary.org/nav.css
> I think you need one big container div wrapped around your entire page
> at a width of say: 740px and that will hold *everything* in. Right
> now, even your shadowbox div is moving past the menu bar. Unless you
> don't want one big container div, then maybe use absolute positioning
> to get the search bar to stay put?
I'd rather not use absolute positioning. It scares me. And I don't see how
using absolute positioning the code can be rendered in the browser window
like it was water filling a glass. Not that my code will ever do that, but
I'd like to try. I may have to use the big div method you suggest though
that doesn't please me much either.
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