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In all honesty I think it would look better if you sliced up the image in Fireworks or Photoshop and then layout the page from those slices rather than floating a ton of fields over the form image. Do you have access to those types of programs?
Otherwise absolute positioning is not too difficult to understand. You use pixel coordinates to position elements on a page:
That is the best tutorial I am aware of to teach you.
yes i also wnt to knw abt absolute positioning, i tried alot but it didnt see perfect in all browser... exactly wht kind of values shuld be given, to element,. shuld i use spry menu>?
well, as you can see from this post (maybe i should have kept them together), things got off from 1 browser to another (with 1 big pic).
If there is no easy answer to work with the differences in browsers - then it sounds like your idea is better and the next thing I will try.
Any other quick fixes to make ALL browsers line up the same?
mahendra rajeshirke wrote:
yes i also wnt to knw abt absolute positioning, i tried alot but it didnt see perfect in all browser... exactly wht kind of values shuld be given, to element?
Read why APDIVS cause problems -
Learn CSS Positioning in 10 Steps:
Shuld i use spry menu>?
You could use Spry but there are other CSS menus you may like better.
CSS Express Drop-Down Menus (tutorial)
CSS Tab Designer creates 60+ CSS Styled Button and Tab Menus (download)
List-O-Rama (DW Extension)
CSS Menu Maker (On-Line Menu Generator)
Pop-Menu Magic2 by PVII (DW extension purchase)
today i got delicious dose by u, ty