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    getting image to not push on other things

    im working on this one guys forum and im having problems putting the picture in front of weverything else so its not messing with anything?. the forum is http://runeaddicts.org/RuneAddictForums/index.php
    it is the image in the uper left. it sais runeaddics. any help in this madder is apreciated. thanks much!




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    I REALY need help with this. ANY info is helpfull, like where alignment code is and stuff like that.

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    What's it messing up? Looks fine to me on IE7.
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    same on moz
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    Not really sure if I understand your question but take a look at absolute positioning in CSS.
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    i can use CSS in TPL files? what else can i use in there?!

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    This doesn't seem to be a PHP issue. I'll move it to the right forum.
    I'm not sure if this was any help, but I hope it didn't make you stupider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizman90 View Post
    i can use CSS in TPL files? what else can i use in there?!
    You don't apply CSS to template files, you apply it to the output source code. If you view the source in your browser this is what CSS will be applied to. And although your site seems to look fine to me too you can position the object (or image) absolutely to be layered above everything else and not have an influence on anything:
    Code:
    object {
      position: absolute;
      top: ??px;
      left: ??px; /* insert number of your desire */
    }

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    its already like that in the file for apsolute header. but when u make the image longer the side still fragments to two pices. along with pushing the rest of the top around. im not realy sure what to do still.

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    idk at all how to change this, is there another place or file i need to go to to change this?

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    Screen shot

    Can you post a screen shot of what is happening in your browser? Maybe if we saw it we could help more.
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