Let me preface this by saying I am new to laying out pages in CSS, for the most part its all making sense I am very happy with it, works so much nicer then straight html tables and such.
What I have is div with a picture and its overlayed ontop of another div, this div has text in. I need to position correctly and also have the text wrap around the div/picture. You can see the sample here, http://impactgraphics.ab.ca/elite/
I have form HTML outputted from Salesforce.com so I don't want to change it.
I'm trying make the form look better by moving the fields to the right and aligned.
I was able to do this using position: absolute; but now it's out of flow and the content below the form move up and it's overlapping.
How can I get the content below the form to stay below the form?
Hello Forum Members. I am new here and hope you all have had a good Christmas break. I live in Queensland Australia where we are plagued by huge floods. I want to learn how to add three images across the bottom of the page. Unfortunately it is done in inline CSS and need to keep it that way because of the database connected to it. Can you help?
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd"> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Language" content="en-us">
Hello everyone, this is my first post here and I've read all the guidelines and stuff so I hope I'm not violating any norms here but I apologize if I am.
I've searched and searched for a solution to my problem but I think I'm more of a noob then I realized because either I don't even know enough to search for the right thing or no one has ever had the same problem (I doubt that).
I got a template from a website and the way it was created won't allow iframes to work so that I can use the links to open within the content box.