Sticky Header

Hi everyone,

I have messed up something on the website www_repucom._net - the header is sticky for the english language and the japanese, but for the german .net/de, french and portuguese it is not. I have absolutely no idea where about I have to look for the mistake. Since the css for all the different language should be the same?

Well maybe someone can help me out with a hint, where I should start looking.

Thanks guys!

Table Problem

Hi guys,

I hope I am posting this right, well here we go.

I am working on a wordpress site and there is a problem with tables in the content of pages and posts. I am not able to find the wrong set up in the CSS, so maybe you can help me out.

The code for the table in the content page looks like this

<table width="670px">
<tbody>
<tr>

CSS Position Help

Hey good afternoon!

I've long delayed my process into switching over to CSS. Today I'm running across a position error and was wondering if anyone could spot the anamoly.

Here is the page:
http://cma.twoseven.org/css-trials-version-1

How it appears now:
I've used the fixed tag for everything except the text. I did this to test browser sizing. Code below:

@charset "utf-8";
 
body {
	background-color: #fafafa;
	font-size: 15.5%;
	margin: 0;
	padding: 0;
}
body * {
	font-size: 100%;
}
h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6 {

css absolute positioning shows different in safari

Hi,

This is racking my brain!
I've tried everything.

The CSS absolute positioning shows different in safari. In Firefox it's perfect.

How do I get it to work in all sites.

Also, the sizing changes the site as well. Is there a way to make it stay the same size despite the browser size?

www.creativejeniusagency.com/bevy/bevy.html

Body Padding

Hi Guys,

I have some issues with padding. Here is the link to the site in mind. Link All i want to do is make the navigation bar span the entire distance of the white area. This can be done by taking of the 20 px padding under ".body" in my css file, the problem is that the text then starts right on the edge of the white area as well. Hope i've explained myself well enough!

Thanks All,
Joel

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