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div tag won't stay put

Thread began 11/15/2009 7:40 pm by latellogroup375248 | Last modified 11/16/2009 5:52 am by neilo | 1059 views | 3 replies |

latellogroup375248

div tag won't stay put

I have had to insert a secondary nav menu in the middle of my home page. I have inserted inside a div tag. Can someone please tell me how I can get the positioning of this tag to automatically change to the browser settings. i.e on my 24" screen as I see everything as lined up. But if I look at it on another computer it shows as being misaligned. Same if I make the browser smaller on my 24". I have the div tag set to absolute. I know there is a simple way to do this. I just can't seem to get it right. Any help would be greatly appreciated. www.livingtrue2me.com

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neilo

Hiya,

In design view, select the entire apDiv7 div. In the CSS panel, delete the 'position' property. With the div still highlighted, ctrl + X to cut it, place your cursor where you want it to go, then ctrl + V to paste it in.

Select the div again, and in the CSS panel add the property 'margin' = auto.

You may want to remove one or more of the ' ' (spaces) and add top and bottom margins for exact horizontal positioning.

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latellogroup375248

You Rock Neilo!!!

Sometimes we just get blinded ya know. Thank you very much Neilo. I hope I am able to contribute one day as much and as well as you do. Have a great night. Extra thanks for the very fast reply

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neilo

Cheers Latello - happy I could help.

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