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positioning problem

I have a problem with my site design. I have a table that is centred
and it has links on it. Now when you roll mouse over these links I
want sublinks to drop down which are in a hidden div. The problem I am
having that the distance from top of the submenu dropdown is fixed,
however the "left" changes if the window size is changed and the menu
relocates itself at weird places. I solved this problem using
position: relative, left and top: 0 however, then the browser leaves
white space for the sublinks. This whitespace disappears if i use
absolute positioning but that again reintroduces the problem of left
positions. Here is my block:

div.sublinksdiv {
position:absolute;
left:128px;
top:99px;
visibility:hidden;
z-index:+1;
}

What do I do?

ASad
Jul 20 '05 #1
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