The relative positioning on the DIV (relative) in the F5 to manually refresh in IE6

Hello everybody, brother novice, just joined this forum, we are now experiencing a question to ask! Members of the workers there.

I wrote a web page using CSS style of a DIV in CSS. As

CSS:

.IndexAdFrame{
position:relative;
left:160px;
top:40px;
_left:0px;
_top:-30px;
height:500px;
width:804px;
_width:801px;
border-left:solid 1px #CACACA;
border-bottom:solid 1px #00617D;
border-right:solid 1px #BCBCBC;
background-color:#FFF;
display:block
}

HTML:

position relative "-top" increase height of parent div

awariat wrote:
hi everyone i am new on this forum and i my English is not so good i wish so i am sorry.

the problem
template with 3 png transparent images. The middle image is repeatable (repeat-y) and i put article div i this middle div.

look http://yoolek.com/testy/css_middle_problem/ind0.html

but because of construction of top image the article is a bit below so i did

.article {
			position: relative;
			top: -135px;
			margin-left:40px;
			margin-right: 170px;
			margin-bottom:-130px;
 

Full-width background image as part of layout. *Link included*

I'm trying to grasp the simple concept of creating a background image, which will sit behind (or appear as if it sits behind) the core layout divs (e.g header, wrapper). Its hard to explain, but here are a couple of examples:

http://alex-wilkes.com
http://www.behance.net/gallery/Canvas-Card-Website-design/120103

Cant position a background img with <div id> tag

Hi,

I am trying to set up a new site and would like to give shadow effect to the center div however i tried everything and couldnt set up the edge images to the right place.

www.maeuro.hu

You can already see a shadow line on the top of the page and i would like to get it under the bar, on the top of categories menu. also i have 2 side images as well and would like to place them to the sides so i have the shadow effect.

you can see the example in this site

Help With ULs and LIs

Hello All,

Please see the sandbox: http://184.106.226.242.

CSS link: http://184.106.226.242/assets/templates/theme/style.css

You'll notice 4 "boxes" (all

  • ) below the gray upper section. All looks fine.
  • UNTIL one re-sizes the browser smaller, dragging the lower right corner of the browser to the left. As you can see, the farthest right "box" drops down below the one to the left of it. And so on and so forth as you keep resizing the browser downward.

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