Must say i'm prety neewbe to css..
But i hope to learn
ok here's the deal..
I have 2 divs..
1 wrapper and 1 content..
But, the problem is that the wrapper do not follow the content-div as it strech vertical..
the css are in the page source..
but i can post here as well
border: 2px solid #CCC;
hope that someone can explane this to me..
That is the whole purpose of
That is the whole purpose of position:absolute, it takes the element away from its parent and displays it exactly where you tell it to.
You might want to take a look at the tutorials on CSS at htmldog, they will get you started on CSS and provide a place for you to check out what happens with certain properties. For now, my best advice is to steer clear of position (absolute, relative, fixed) until you are more experienced with building a page "in-flow", that is letting the browser do the work. Mostly it'll do a pretty good job. Once you are familiar with that job, you'll know when you need to use position to make it do things differently.
Thanx's for the reply, but
Thanx's for the reply, but the link you suggested ain't working so well..
The link works fine and
The link works fine and dandy...you might actually have to read a bit.
sorry, but nope.. The link
sorry, but nope..
The link don't work fine and dandy..