Hello all,

This should be my last question for my landing page's responsive design (special thanks to Ronpat for the invaluable knowledge and help). The form submission (i.d.'s of #submissionform and #successfulsubmit) that appears after #emailbox receives valid input was overlooked when putting together the fluid design. For the static design, the forms were positioned absolutely. Now, I'm thinking it may be the solution to remove the positioning property and just use margin:0 auto; to keep the forms in the center, but that's probably not it- that's already in the styles.

If you view the CSS for the forms, you will see that I tried to apply percentages instead of pixel values to the bottom and left properties. That works to a certain extent, until the browser becomes so thin in width.

Code:
#successfulsubmit{
    background:url("lpsubmissionsuccess.gif");
    width:450px;
    height:130px;
    position:absolute;
    /*bottom:268px;*/
	bottom:50%;
    /*left:175px;*/
	left:20%;
    /*display:none;*/
    z-index:3;
    margin:0 auto;
}
It is my goal to have the forms sit nicely in the center of the page, obviously.

-Tyler