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help positioning

Sent by Bram & Vera on 12 September 2005 13:01


Hello Bob,
i'm sorry for that, i just uploaded in here 
http://www.bramvera.com/csszengarden_project1/zengarden-sample.html
http://www.bramvera.com/csszengarden_project1/style.css

i'm still new with css layout.... need help

regards from Bali
Bram

On 9/12/05, Bob Easton [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> 
> Bram & Vera wrote:
> > hello all,
> >
> > i'm trying to make csszengarden template, well right now i'm lil bit
> > frustated with positioning between IE and Firefox anyone can give me a 
> clue
> > please
> > take a look on this screenshot http://www.bramvera.com/positioning.jpg
> >
> >
> > #quickSummary .p2 {
> > position: absolute;
> > top: 110px;
> > width: 280px;
> > text-align: right;
> > margin-left: 405px;
> > }
> > #quickSummary .p1 {
> > position: absolute;
> > top: 190px;
> > width: 158px;
> > margin-left: 342px;
> > text-align: right;
> > line-height: 14px;
> > }
> 
> You're not making this very easy for us. We have to go somewhere else to
> determine what p1 and p2 are, and we have to guess at which result you
> actually prefer. Debugging from screen shots and small code clips is
> nearly impossible. There are lots of other variables we don't see with
> just a tiny clip of code. For example, what other adjustments have you
> made elsewhere for font size, for line height, and for paragraph margins.
> 
> From what little I see here, I think the basic problem is either with
> font sizing techniques, or with paragraph margin-top settings (defalut
> or otherwise). Additionally, I think you'll find absolute positioning
> far too fragile for this application. The first time someone resizes
> text in their browser, overlaps are very likely.
> 
> --
> Bob Easton
> Accessibility Matters: http://access-matters.com
> 
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