Can i place 100% width DIV inside margin:0 auto; DIV to achieve 100% widht of the first one in the browser ?
CSS Fluid Header
This may seem like an obvious question but it is seriously bugging me at the moment.
I am trying to create a fluid header using css but it has 5 pictures involved instead of 3. I can get 3 and even four pictures to work as a fluid header but the 5th causes problems.
The layout for them is:
Fixed Image Spacer Fixed Image (centered) Spacer Fixed Image
For some reason, the first spacer causes the pictures to go to the line below the header.
Fluid Divs and Relative/Absolute Positioning
First post so go easy!!!
I have a page layout that's going pretty well (so I thought) where I'm using position:relative containers and positioning divs inside containers using position:absolute. All works great.
However, I've come across a snag. I want the central 'content container' to be fluid, as dynamic content changes. Otherwise the footer div will be all over the show.
Here's a rough layout (pretty much standard)
[master wrapper] fixed
[ [header] ]
[ [ ] ] want this bit to be fluid
[ [content] ] but with some elements