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    I'm looking for help here. I am using layers with Dreamweaver 2 and need to know how to keep a layer centred regardless of resolution.
    I have posted this on different NG's and have yet to get an answer.
    By the way, I need to have my layer overlapping, so convert layers to table is not an option.

    "Help to get me out of the frame"

    Nico

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    I suggest you look for a dreamweaver help forum, or something like it. I don't use dreamweaver, so I have no idea where to look. I guess you could start at http://www.macromedia.com, and if worse comes to worsse, go to their FAQ section for dreamweaver.

    Richard

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    jbm
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    Even though this is not a dreamweaver forum, I'll post a reply. (BTW, its not about DW, its about positioning with CSS)

    The value of CSS properties 'left' and 'top' can be specified in percentages as well as pixels. When you specify a value, you refer to the position of the top left corner of your layer. The 'width' attribute can also be set to use % instead of pixel. Play with those and see if it works. It should work with both browsers, go to
    http://www.westciv.com/style_master/...Xproperty.html

    for more info.

    Also try
    http://www.westciv.com/style_master/...ial/index.html

    They have a very good tutorial on positioning with CSS.

    HTH
    jbm


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    jbm
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    oops, didnt mean to post twice

    [This message has been edited by jbm (edited February 04, 2000).]


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