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#1: layers and FP 2003

Posted on 2008-04-06 00:25:00 by msimonov

I understand that all layers are absolute postioning. I designed a page with
some text in a layer....later on I created a second small layer with text in
it that said SOLD and dropped it over the item...it looked fine in my browser
but on other computers the SOLD was in the wrong place it was down about an
inch????? Anyway to fix this, I'm confused...I checked and the layers are
marked absolute positioning???

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#2: Re: layers and FP 2003

Posted on 2008-04-06 03:44:14 by webmaster

That's correct. Abs positioning takes that image out of the normal flow of
the page, so the image is not moving everything else is. Layers will drive
you nuts.


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"msimonov" <msimonov@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:8DA69B54-ECBA-481F-8CF0-8F1CFC9EE10E@microsoft.com...
| I understand that all layers are absolute postioning. I designed a page
with
| some text in a layer....later on I created a second small layer with text
in
| it that said SOLD and dropped it over the item...it looked fine in my
browser
| but on other computers the SOLD was in the wrong place it was down about
an
| inch????? Anyway to fix this, I'm confused...I checked and the layers
are
| marked absolute positioning???

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#3: Re: layers and FP 2003

Posted on 2008-04-06 14:38:56 by jpkarlsen

Unless you do it right.:-)
The second layer should not be absolutely positioned but relative to
the first layer.
Check this tutorial on positioning:
http://www.echoecho.com/csslayers.htm

When first you understand the basics, it isn't that hard.

Regards Jens Peter Karlsen.

On Sat, 5 Apr 2008 18:44:14 -0700, "Rob Giordano \(Crash\)"
<webmaster@siriussystems.invalid> wrote:

>That's correct. Abs positioning takes that image out of the normal flow of
>the page, so the image is not moving everything else is. Layers will drive
>you nuts.

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#4: Re: layers and FP 2003

Posted on 2008-04-06 16:13:24 by MD Webs Unlimited

If you wish to use the same container then use relative positioning with a
display property to show the sold sign.

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"msimonov" <msimonov@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:8DA69B54-ECBA-481F-8CF0-8F1CFC9EE10E@microsoft.com...
>I understand that all layers are absolute postioning. I designed a page
>with
> some text in a layer....later on I created a second small layer with text
> in
> it that said SOLD and dropped it over the item...it looked fine in my
> browser
> but on other computers the SOLD was in the wrong place it was down about
> an
> inch????? Anyway to fix this, I'm confused...I checked and the layers
> are
> marked absolute positioning???

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