Can i place 100% width DIV inside margin:0 auto; DIV to achieve 100% widht of the first one in the browser ?
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.
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