|Relative positioning + Absolute positioning VS Floats Left an Float Right (Which approach do you use in your CSS)?|
| by rainy in Web Design|
Some websites use a DIV with relative position and then they apply
absolute position to the child element in order to place the element in the
desired position (e.g. left 0 or right 0). Others use floats, for instance
float: left or float right. Which one is better? or in what kind situations
they are better?
Since I use fixed layouts, I'm better off
using relative positioning and
|Positioning absolute inside list with positioning relative for jQuery animation|
| by rodvand in Web Design|
Im trying to achive an animation of a horizontal list.
Item 1 * Item 2 * Item 3 * Item 4
But only two
items is visible at one time.
Each item contains a div with a
picture, a text and a link. The picture should always be aligned to top and
the link to the bottom.
So what i want to achieve is that 1000px main screen and at the right,
If visitor screen width is smaller than 1160 ad screen
won't be visible unless visitor scrolls right
But i want to
margin things according to the main screen not total of ad place and main
Ok here the pi
|Absolute Positioning in JQuery after loading page and positioning elements|
| by cthulhup in Web Design|
I want to position an element in normal css relative to the element
before it, and then once it's been initially positioned makes its position
independant of the one before it.
For example, when you click
on a 'widget' in the sidebar, it collapses, and all of the 'widgets' below
it move up. I don't want them to move. Thanks.
|jQuery dialog positioning auto-positioning according window size|
| by Insomniator in Web Design|
I have a problem because jQuery dialog auto-positions itself to the
does not correctly position to x = 0 and top = 1000 and
display a scrollbar in the browser. Instead of
|Div positioning problem related to Relative and Absolute positioning|
| by iyogee in Web Design|
The problem I am running into is related to a footer I have
absolutely positioned at the bottom of the page. Everything is fine until
the copy on the page begins to extend further down the page which then
causes my content wells to extend down, behind, the footer. Is there anyway
I can force my content wells to 'push' the footer down the page?
Here is the relevant html:
|Absolute positioning (No layout manager) vs. absolute positioning in MiGlayout|
| by sep in Programming Languages|
Will the final application result be identical across different
platforms and resolutions etc. when using absolute positioning in MiGlayout
as the layout manager compared to using no layout manager (Setting layout
manager to null)?
Is there a difference between the absolute
positioning in MiGlayout solution vs. the no layout manager solution?
|Default of “absolute” positioning and “relative” positioning|
| by Zack Harvey in Web Design|
I read up on relative and absolute positioning, but i'm still confused
on what happens when you don't specify "top, left, right, bottom" after you
choose one of the positions. For example, in the code below, i changed the
position for container and the footer does some funky stuff when I change
it from relative to absolute. I read that if you add "position:relative"
and don't specify any direc
|positioning in css?|
| by sdifox in Coding|
sorry im a newbie in css, so please dnt be angry at me, i really wanted
postion something like this:
taking in mind that the number
will grow, so the text has to stay in the middle. if you get what i mean!
|positioning hr in IE|
| by Soapy Bones in Web Design|
I have an
<hr> that needs to be 80% width of its
parent and "left justified", not centered as default.
<p>Some stupid text</p>
<p>Ask a stupid text, what?</p>
I solved this in modern browsers by