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    Positioning problem (using Dream Weaver)

    I will try to explain this the best I can, I am also new to coding web sites... I have a link to the webpage I am building and you can see what exactly I'm talking about. Page Link: Kritikal Keys
    You notice the two green arrows when you scroll down on the page, they probably are not aligned properly right? This is the problem I am having with those arrows. In dream weaver when using "live view" they are also off, but when I go to view in a web browser they are aligned perfectly the way I want them. But then when I upload the page to my server and make it live, they aren't aligned any more. Confused yet, I'm trying to explain this the best I can with limited knowledge and terminology, now also when I view the webpage off the internet on my computer only no they are aligned, when I use another computer they are not aligned, so the question is how do I get then aligned when live on the internet? I am sure this is something very simple.. I will play around a bit and look for the solution, but if any one can speed this up, that would be much appreciated. If you want a deeper explanation please ask. Thank you Shalom!

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    They look fine for me using IE10 and FireFox.

    One way to resolve it ... either eliminate them both, or just keep the arrow on the left.

    Once you click on the link, they disappear anyhow and never come back.

    This is one of those things where you have something that doesn't really add any value to the page. I realize it is supposed to attract attention, but if this consumes too much of your time, it's best just to not use it. You could (or should) spend that time on making your site "responsive", so it renders OK on all browser screen sizes (desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone).

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    A few Recommendations

    great thread...off issue...can someone suggest a sizzling contemporary artist that not a soul has ever noticed...i'm building a weblog strictly for the objective of exposing unfamiliar talent

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    Don't use a website to expose the artist. Use the live artist to expose themselves through their art.

    Isn't that what an artist does?

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    Hi,

    Try this for above issue <div id="Layer1" style="position:absolute; left:224px; top:97px;
    width:254px; z-index:1">Blah</div>
    Last edited by vinyl-junkie; 06-19-2014 at 01:27 PM. Reason: self-promotional link removed


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