Please Help - Div Moving on Re-size of Screen

Big smile Hi everyone, I'm a newby to this forum and have recently lost all my hair, by pulling it out!

My site http://www.hope-rehab-center-thailand.com/ is driving me insane.

My problem is that the logo I have created is constantly moving every time I re-size my window. I have written various rules for different size screens like 600,768,962,1024,1152 and 1200 pixels all with different left pixels dimensions, but this still doesn't do the job properly.

alignment problem in <td>

Hi, i have 3 td columns. When I placed an image in the 1st , the 2nd and 3rd td dropped down. Can you tell me how to fix it?
thanks. I want all 3 columns' items to vertically align at top of each tab cell.

BTW I'm using html5 and CSS3.

In HTML file scroll down to - 3 columns start here - That is the section I'm talking about.

And in the CSS file scroll down to /****** HOME PAGE ONLY *****/ That section contains the coding.

Elements aligning different in Firefox and Chrome

Hello,

I am hoping somebody has the time to check out my site: http://www.doggy-daycare.dk.

I am using Wordpress as CMS. In the top right corner I have added the following widgets: Socialmedia icons, some text and two buttons. My problem is that they are aligning differently when viewing the site in Firefox than in Chrome. Any suggestions why this is?

Secondly - how can i make them align on top of each other, so that the text is positioned over the buttons and socialmedia icons?

The CSS:

element {
    padding-top: 62.5px;

Layout With Absolute Vertical Buttons

Hi, I'd like to ask how to make this design? I've used writing-mode but it can be used only on IE, and transform seems ruining the absolute layout of the menu.
Design.jpg
Thanks in advance.

Resolution and textarea problem :/

Hi guys!

I have a homework for an internship and I have to replicate a webpage from a picture. Here's their picture: image and here's what I got: mystuff.

I don't know how to put those textareas near the text when the resolution is high. At 1024x768 (which is the minimum imposed) it looks good, but when I maximize the window, this happens. :/

Here's the code: http://jsfiddle.net/jQmM4/ . I'm not sure about it, but can someone help? Laughing out loud

Cheers!

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