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    webality...dunno what it means bcp_2005's Avatar
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    Relative Positioning in Netscape??

    I'm surrounding some text with a layer. I'm making an expandable menu tree. I've got everything working in IE and it's almost working in Netscape. In IE all I have to do is:

    <div id="text">text here</div>

    This just identifies the text. It doesn't change it's position on the page. But however when I do this in Netscape:

    <layer id="text>text here</layer>

    It puts the text at the top-left corner of the page. I tried absolute positioning and it doesn't give me the results I need.

    I want it to just indentify the text in Netscape like it does in IE not change the position of the text on the page. How can I do this? I'm using NS V4. Thanks...
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    Anybody??? I'm going to continue to work on the problem cause I might just stumble on an answer.
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    Well, I just figured out part of my problem. If the <layer< isn't nested in a <table> it works fine. The only problem is that it HAS to be nested in a <table>! Bummer. I'll keep working on it and if you have any ideas please let me know! Thanks...
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