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  1. The website is www.cleantelligent.com/tour/This image, as a background, has tooltips and links on it.The issue is that, if you re-size the window, the image and title (the main div, I think) moves left and right. This means that the "Take the Tour" sub-head isn't always aligned perfectly underneath the "Tour" Title in the black bar above. They should be lined up down the left so that the image is centered underneath the header content.Is it my positioning that's causing this? If so, how can I fix it? I've tried positioning it absolutely, but that collapses the page and the footer pops up to th
  2. I'm trying to implement the sliding transparent overlay on my sight but I'm having a problem with the positioning of the DIV. When the window is re-sized the div does not retain relativity to the menu items above. Can someone give a pointer as to how this can be achieved? This is what I'm trying to emulate.......http://www.daphnes-restaurant.co.uk/general-information/ Here's my website.........http://www.galu.co.uk/newsite/goforitg.html The yellow box remains relative to the red box but when my window is re-sized I would like the red box to be left align to the window so the users can see easi
  3. Possible with CSS/JS?? WITHOUT jQuery !!! Hi, I need a technique to have a special position of elements inside of scrolling elements. For instance: many words ordered alphabetically in a scrollable container beside the list appears the actual First Letter at the top level of the first word with this letter ...but max. at top of the scrollable box scrolling by user moves the next First Letter closer to the previous one and pushes it sometime out of the box WITHOUT jQuery !!! Thanks for your help. My base code: (without the needed functionality) <!DOCTYPE html><html><head>
  4. Hi everyone, I'll keep this short. And I appologise in advance because I'm sure this problem has been solved before (I just can't seem to figure it out). I am not great with HTML but I would say I'm decent. The first picture you can see my header goes the full 100% width. The second picture shows that if you minimize the browser so that you have to horizontally scroll that the header disappears behind the navigation. If you want you can go to my site now and test it out (It's still being created so bare with me). www.bbeckwithdesign.com I want the header to always be at the top with th
  5. Hi all, I'd need to position two background-images in one element seperately.Is this possible in css3? E.g: I've got a div and two background images. Now I'd need to position them seperately. One images in the left, the other one in the right corner. Thanks! Raphael
  6. Hi all. I'm pretty new to web design with CSS, so bear with me if this is a really basic question. I'm having trouble getting my positioning right. Here's the webpage so far:http://studentaccess...site/index.html I want the tabs to sit on top of the image. Even though they are before the <div id="content"> part in my HTML, they are still overlapping the image, as you see.I also want them to be flush with the left edge of the image (which is centered). Here's the relevant part of the HTML:<body bgcolor="#EDEDED"> <div id="header"><p><span id="title"> AVA </
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