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Positioning In A Centered Website


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Here's an initial picture to explain my situation a bit -> http://i33.tinypic.com/fwlr0p.pngI want to get that CSS box way down there, up to the red highlighted area. Is it possible to do this without separating the entire webpage into two frames? Please note that I want my website to remain entirely centered. So unless I'm corrected, position:absolute wouldn't work because it doesn't maintain it's position... so is there any way to do this?Any ideas? I'm a newbie at CSS, but any help is appreciated.Incase you need it, here's my code (.contentbox is the one I want to move): http://pastie.org/689629

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if you're just trying to get the long boxes on the left to line up with that box, and have it on the right side, then you shouldn't have to use absolute positioning. A typical two column layout should suffice.

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I concur entirely. Absolute positioning will eventually bite you in the turdpucker, especially in different browsers.Add:.contentbox { background-color: #4E412D; height: 50px; width: 200px; margin-top: 20px; float:left; }Ooh, look! I just became a member!

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I concur entirely. Absolute positioning will eventually bite you in the turdpucker, especially in different browsers.
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Ooh, look! I just became a member!
what a great post to become a member on.
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