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    Internet Explorer "background-position"

    "background-position" property of CSS does not seem to work in IE....

    any idea yyyyyyyyy?????????????????
    or any solution 4 it also encouraged.......

    thanks in advance.......

    chaits.

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    And you are encouraged to be a little more precise in the description of your problem! Otherwise nobody here is able and willing to help you.

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    ok Mr.Stephen to be more precised u must be knowing the property

    background-position: bottom left; or
    background-position: top center; ....n alikes
    this doesnt seem to work in IE any idea yyyyyyy?????

    I hope i am clear now.....

    anyways thanks in advance....

    but do guide me on this if u have any idea....

    thanks,
    chaits.

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    As a coding n00b I can't say why, but I've not had any IE problems with the div placement method I use.

    I tell CSS divs to "float:right;" or "float:left;" when I want the content to the side. And I use margins to leave space between divs. For example, a div I'd want a certain distance below another I'd give a margin of that distance. So if you want the 2nd div to start 2 inches below the one above it, you put in that div you want below: "margin-top:2in;" I hope that makes sense.

    -'Dee

    EDIT:
    Could you post links to what you're talking about? That would probably be the biggest help. A link to an example webpage with the HTML & a link to the underlying CSS file would be very useful to everybody.

    Thanks!

    -'Dee

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    (VIPStephen: I can tell you're having a bad day. Why are you taking it out on chaits, who's obviously still trying to figure out how to explain his problem? Not everyone knows how to explain things.

    And not everyone on here's "unwilling" to try to help someone figure out how to explain his problem. Speak for yourself or the general audience, not everyone, please.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaits View Post
    ok Mr.Stephen to be more precised u must be knowing the property

    background-position: bottom left; or
    background-position: top center; ....n alikes
    this doesnt seem to work in IE any idea yyyyyyy?????

    I hope i am clear now.....
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    Damn NO, you aren't any clearer with that!
    FYI: I know the background-position property and I know that you aren't getting any results in IE. But NOBODY can guide you in any direction if you aren't telling us what exactly you were doing, dammit! CSS alone doesn't do anything! CSS just styles HTML. So show us the whole f***ing code (HTML AND CSS) or get outta here but don't waste our time by having us guess what you could be doing wrong!


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