On Thu, Jun 15, 2006 at 12:21:04PM +0200, Els wrote:
> [EMAIL-REMOVED] wrote:
> > So... My idea is to make a container class for it all, and then
> > to have everything positioned relative rather than absolute.
> > And centre the containing class.
> Just make a div with id="container" to hold all that's inside
> <body> now, give it position:relative, and all that was
> previously absolute positioned to the viewport, will now be
> relative to the container. (no need to change any of the absolute
> values you already set)
> Then you center the container by giving it a width and
Oh - it's that simple?
Ok, that sounds good! I'll get to trying it.
Thanks very much to you, and to David, for your help.
Let's see how I get on...
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