I have a page which displays a genealogical pedigree chart. It uses absolutely positioned boxes for people and for the lines that connect the boxes.
The page works fine, but I want to use it in a different context -- I want to include it inside surrounding content for a presentation.
Is there some way to create a div to surround this content?
The code for the page is large, so I won't post it here, but the CSS is below
Hi all CSS Creators users,
As you already know, every element on a web page is a rectangular box. The display property in CSS determines just how that rectangular box behaves. If I use "display:table" there are chances a whole set of display values the force non-table elements to behave like table-elements are at our disposal, but it sometimes allows you to be "more semantic" with your code while utilizing the unique positioning powers of tables. So put in this way what I am asking to the forum is: How could I take care of legacy MS Internet Explorer compatiblity in this case?
I've tried changing the z-index but nothing is changing?? On Chrome the menu appears normal though on other browsers such as Safari it's hiding behind the gallery images (not the home page slider) Maybe someone can help because I've done as much I can think of, thanks heaps !
my website is - White Boda Wedding Photography and you can see when you visit 'photography' you'll see the menu hides behind the gallery.
Alright so Im getting content on the side of my page cut off when I resize my page on my desktop browser.
This is what my page looks like when its normal. http://gyazo.com/dedab68fd110b484e64e4500b5e58523
Then I resize my page to make it thinner and I get this when I scroll to the right http://gyazo.com/cc0234a8463431253c57f172af8749f3
It cuts off my content
How do I fix this? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" /> <title></title>
I'm looking for an awesome book that teaches CSS Layouts. Positioning elements can be quite a challenge in CSS. I have gone through the site http://learnlayout.com/ but that's just the very basics. I'm looking for a book that goes over layouts comprehensively.
I searched on Amazon but I really can't tell if the books are going to teach a whole lot of positing.