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fixing a remove button

Thread began 2/27/2019 10:36 am by Jamie | Last modified 2/27/2019 1:11 pm by Ray Borduin | 32 views | 1 replies |


fixing a remove button

Hey Ray

Am just wondering if there is any way to be able to 'fix' a remove button (like this which is used to remove the filename from a column and replce it with 'noimage'?

At the moment it is a 2nd form outside of the main form content and am just using the position attribute to place it 'roughly' where I want it to be. the problem is that with a responsive framework it starts getting really fluid on where the button is and ideally would rather fix it in place than create multiple media queries to adjust as it could get to be a long list..

As always your thoughts are gratefully received


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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It is hard to say. I would imagine a solution would be to wrap both the image and button in a div tag so that they are joined together and then adjusting the CSS on that div. I'd probably have to play with it though because so much can depend on how the page is configured and the elements that surround it.

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