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Please review layout experiments

I am still trying to design a two column layout but neither

http://www.tassie.net.au/~abell1/meyer332.htm nor
http://www.tassie.net.au/~abell1/testmenu1.htm work as they should

Could some kind soul please review them and tell me what I am doing
wrong?

Regards, Alex

Jul 20 '05 #1
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Alex

I'm not sure what you're trying to do. If the problem is with the header
not scrolling with the content, change the div#header to 'position:
absolute', in stead of 'fixed'.

'position: absolute' fixes the content to the html element in this case,
while 'position: fixed' fixes the content to the viewport (browser window)

If you're still having problems, tell us a bit more about what you want
to achieve. We can then try and see where the problem is.

Regards
Arno Bean

Alex Bell wrote:
I am still trying to design a two column layout but neither

http://www.tassie.net.au/~abell1/meyer332.htm nor
http://www.tassie.net.au/~abell1/testmenu1.htm work as they should

Could some kind soul please review them and tell me what I am doing
wrong?

Regards, Alex


Jul 20 '05 #2
Thanks, Arno. I thought that I had given a detailed account of the
problems on the meyer332.htm link The main problem is with MSIE 6 in
that the three boxes are nowhere near where they should be, or at
least where they are with Mozilla, Netscape, or Opera.

Regards, Alex

On Mon, 29 Sep 2003 07:31:38 +0200, Bean <be*****@hotmail.com> wrote:
Alex

I'm not sure what you're trying to do. If the problem is with the header
not scrolling with the content, change the div#header to 'position:
absolute', in stead of 'fixed'.

'position: absolute' fixes the content to the html element in this case,
while 'position: fixed' fixes the content to the viewport (browser window)

If you're still having problems, tell us a bit more about what you want
to achieve. We can then try and see where the problem is.

Regards
Arno Bean

Alex Bell wrote:
I am still trying to design a two column layout but neither

http://www.tassie.net.au/~abell1/meyer332.htm nor
http://www.tassie.net.au/~abell1/testmenu1.htm work as they should

Could some kind soul please review them and tell me what I am doing
wrong?

Regards, Alex


Jul 20 '05 #3
Alex Bell wrote:
I am still trying to design a two column layout but neither

http://www.tassie.net.au/~abell1/meyer332.htm nor
http://www.tassie.net.au/~abell1/testmenu1.htm work as they should

Could some kind soul please review them and tell me what I am doing
wrong?

Regards, Alex

position: fixed is not supported by IE

Klaus

Jul 20 '05 #4

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