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    Div positioning problem.

    I try to make a news board like something for my forum, the board works well on the test page (http://www.bluegear.uk.to/test.html), but when i add the board to my forum it fails.

    this happens.

    Please tell me why is this happening, and how could i fix it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neowulf View Post
    I try to make a news board like something for my forum, the board works well on the test page (http://www.bluegear.uk.to/test.html), but when i add the board to my forum it fails.

    this happens.

    Please tell me why is this happening, and how could i fix it?
    Add position:relative; to your style for #nv. Let me know if that doesn't fix it...
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    Div positioning is different!

    Hi! I'm kinda new to all this htmlk and css stuff, especially when it come to different browsers. My problem is that my div layers are in different positions in different browsers. I've seen a lot of questions about this in forums but i've never actually seen one answered to my satisfaction.

    To view this problem on my website, click on the following link:
    http://www.geocities.com/frozen_shy_xx/

    It seems to work perfectly in firefox, but doesn't work in IE, as the navigation bar in IE is shifted down a bit. This annoys me, so please help me fix it!

    Also, i have problems with my validation. Is it supposed to be transitional instead of strict if i'm using flash objects?

    Much appreciation,
    Samii xx

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    Thanks Rowsdowser the position relative did the trick.


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