I have GREAT success in Dw-CS3 thus far - although I don'y fully understand everything I have blended HTML tables with CSS and feel good about the results!
One issue though is on my contact page I have contact form table nested in a AP DIV - everything looks good until I resize my browser (ANY browser. Firefox, Opera, Safari).
Now I understand that AP Div rely on absolute positioning - that's cool, but if you see my attached examples I need to find a way to anchor it so it doesn't allow my background and other elements to shift away from it on a browser resize.
I've even tried a regular DIV tag but that felt more restrictive and forced my contact form up into the left hand portion of the container. When I started to add padding it pushed my neighboring HTML tables out creating ugly gaps.
Any help would be most welcome! I can provide my code too as I work in spilt mode and really try and keep an eye on it.
What I think is happening there is that your AP div is posititioned relative to the browser window. To position it relative to it's container, you need to give the container element "position: relative;" It looks to me that you will need to have a centered contianer in your page with your AP div inside that container and use % for your values. Having said that, making it stay in position over another element or background image might not be as straightforward as that.
thank you! any advice is most welcome martcol!
I will try that now as I don't plan on sleeping anyway! hahaha!