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  1. G'day. I've been playing around with a portfolio of my own and wanted to implement the ever so popular Lightbox js plugin. I guess most people know how Lightbox looks and works, but it's nothing wrong with the function, it works like a charm. But when I (read: any IE user) click any of the links the image container gets distorted. The bottom container whichs contains the close button and any eventual caption stays to the left of the actual image container. The bigger / wider the picture is image is, the more it gets distorted to the right. I've tried it in Safari, Opera and Firefox and they al
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    position: absolute

    It did indeed. Thanks for the help. I tried the float property but I guess I did something wrong when I did it.
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    position: absolute

    Actually, that menu is from Listmatic, and that is some sort of IE hack for that menu. Personally I have no idea how that works, but if it looks good, and it validates, I don't really care. :)And thank you for thinking the design is nice.
  4. From what I can see, it's being distorted in Firefox because the content you've put in each box is wider than the specified widht.
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    position: absolute

    Hi. I'm currently working on making my future portfolio kind of thing. The thing is, I've made the base on how it probably will look but the content area is currently placed out using the position: absolute; value. I know this is possible but I don't know how, but how can I make the site with the same result without the use of position: absolute; value?IndexCSS
  6. Thank you!I can see clearely what you meant by the background solution now, and I'm suprised I didn't come up with that myself.If anyone could tell me a solution the CSS way I'd appreciate it, although it's not neccesary.Thanks again.
  7. There is probalby something I've missed and the fact that I've stared at the same code probably result in me not seeing the problem. Anyway, here's the code as it is for the moment.XHTML <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml11/DTD/xhtml11.dtd"> <html xml:lang="eng" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1"/> <title>TEAM ONE - Your Slogan</title> <link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css" type="text/css"/> <meta name="keywords" content="ga
  8. I was fooling around with the clear property. I tried every property, none, left, right and both. I tried to put it in the main column, left and right at different times but that didn't work. I will try what you said when I get home, but can you give me an explanation on the 2 new divs you created? Why they should be there and so on.Thank you for the tip, and for the comment of the site.*** EDIT ***Just tried it, it didn't work. Maybe I understood you wrong concerning the two extra divs you put in, if you care to explain it more detailed how you mean I could try that as well. Thank's for your
  9. Yo. Been struggling with this problem for a while now. I have 2 div boxes, left and right floated both with 100% height. Those two lies in a big div box that's also 100% height. But the 2 div boxes inside the big one, shoots out from the main box...Got a link to the hopefully soon-to-be website:http://home.no/theturkey/teamone/index.htmlHope that someone could help me.***EDIT***I might also add that the effect I'm looking for is correct displayed in Internet Explorer. So far my attempts of getting it the same in other browsers have failed.***EDIT2***The link should work now
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