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    Internet Explorer Layout problems (easy for advanced ppl)(+IE)

    Page: here
    CSS: here
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    1st: How can I make the central blue part take up the rest of the page (fill the white) ? (I put height 50% because it doesnt show if i dont)

    2nd: when i view the page in IE, all the thing is all scrambled.

    My questions are:

    How can I fix it ? (Code)

    What was the problem ? (im in learning process so I'd like to know what's wrong and what fixes)

    Thanks a lot
    Last edited by jo9100; 12-19-2006 at 10:14 PM. Reason: URLs

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    Absolute positioning is the cause of most your current problems. When possible absolute positioning should be avoided as most layouts require little or NO absolute positioning. Check out this example

    http://bonrouge.com/2c-hf-fluid.php
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    okay... now i got static positionning... but...

    -again, how do i make it full height ?
    -how do i "stick" the blue box to the orange one ?

    -why is the IE and Dreamweaver version strange?
    -can I simplify things in the CSS (not repeating values)

    (please tell me what to do (vs making another code))
    thanks

    *Code is valid
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    Your url doesn't work. And no I won't tell you what to do. I gave you a link to an example that tells how it should be done. Its up to you to follow it. Good luck.
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    thanks for giving me what i don't need, a web page that does what i'm already able to do plus fuzzy explanations. in my opinion, if you dont want to help, its your right, but then just dont post

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    and i dont need an answer because i think i wont be back
    Last edited by jo9100; 12-19-2006 at 11:31 PM.

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    Ok people, enough's enough. To tell the truth, I'm not exactly who I should point out for being rude, so I'm closing this thread.


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