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View Full Version : Help with DIV layer menu position when centered



imanta
07-11-2005, 07:18 PM
I have a menu/submenu combo that uses DIV layers, JS, and CSS that workd great currently. The problem I have is that it was designed in a way where everything is absolute. Code looks like this:


<div id="platform_menu" style="position:absolute; left:10px; top:82; width:108; height:17; z-index:3; visibility: visible;">
Content
</div>

Then when the person mouseovers the content in the first div it triggers a sub layer which appears at the time same position:


<div id="platform_submenu" style="position:absolute; left:10px; top:99; width:108; height:108; z-index:21; visibility: hidden;">
Submenu
</div>

The question is, how do I make this so it can be centered on a screen? Keep in mind I have multiple _menus and submenus so each submeny would have to know the location of their parent.

Thanks for the help!

zro@rtv
07-12-2005, 01:06 AM
would like to see a link w/ the code in operation....
im a little confused what you're tryin to do by yr code.

to center things is your question?
text-align:center;
and
margin:auto;
?

also position relative instead of absolute?

i'd need to see it in action to really answer, sry.



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