I'm quite excited because I've managed to do something with my tumblr blog that after hours of searching I had accepted wasn't possible. My concerns are that it's more of a work-around than a fix, and I'm hoping to get some help to fine-tune things.
The tumblr platform has a series of social buttons that, by default, sit in the very top right of the screen. Below is an example, but I'm not sure you see them unless you're registered with tumblr:
What I wanted to do was move these buttons into the sidebar, and after hours of unsuccessful searching I suddenly thought, why not just use css positioning? This, of course was reliant on me knowing the id. A quick search on how to hide the buttons revealed that to be: #tumblr_controls.
Okay, so now onto my question. Using top and right margins I have, by trial and error, managed to get them where I want, but what I need to know is, is there any way of ensuring this 'blind' positioning will align them correctly in all browsers/screen sizes/resolutions? This is my repositioning on my test blog:
Thanks in advance.
Damn it! I've just noticed the buttons scroll with the page. I tried 'position:fixed' in the css, but to no avail. Any ideas?