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Positioning Divisions

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I have a javascript that generates a monthly calendar. There are 2
<div>s. One called "calendar" is changed dynamically. The other is
called "controls" and is fixed. They are both placed within a table
cell. I use positioning to make the "controls" appear to the right of
the "calendar". The "controls" do not appear in Opera. What is the best
way to position 2 divisions side-by-side within a table cell?
"Calendar" must be a division to change it dynamically.

See the calendar on my home page.

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In article <21*************************@domain.invalid>, Dennis M.
Marks <de******@domain.invalid> wrote:
I have a javascript that generates a monthly calendar. There are 2
<div>s. One called "calendar" is changed dynamically. The other is
called "controls" and is fixed. They are both placed within a table
cell. I use positioning to make the "controls" appear to the right of
the "calendar". The "controls" do not appear in Opera. What is the best
way to position 2 divisions side-by-side within a table cell?
"Calendar" must be a division to change it dynamically.

See the calendar on my home page.


Does anyone have any idea of why there is a couple of inches of blank
space at the bottom of my page?

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Jul 20 '05 #2

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Dennis M. Marks wrote:
Does anyone have any idea of why there is a couple of inches of blank
space at the bottom of my page?


try this:

#calendar { POSITION: absolute; top: 333px;}
#controls { LEFT: 180px; POSITION: absolute; TOP: 333px;}

Jul 20 '05 #3

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