Re: [WSG] centring and viewport size (OT?)

2007-03-20 Thread Designer
David Hucklesby wrote: Use JavaScript to change the element's top-margin style directly, perhaps? Cordially, David -- How exactly would you do that? (I'm interested, and I'm learning :-) ) -- Bob www.gwelanmor-internet.co.uk

Re: [WSG] centring and viewport size (OT?)

2007-03-20 Thread David Hucklesby
On Mon, 19 Mar 2007 14:43:58 +, Designer wrote: Thanks to those who responded on this. What I've done is to make a file which uses the javascript to determine the space available in the browser window, [...] You can see all this at: http://www.rhh.myzen.co.uk/gam/sandbox/ David

Re: [WSG] centring and viewport size (OT?)

2007-03-20 Thread David Hucklesby
On Mon, 19 Mar 2007 14:43:58 +, Designer wrote: Thanks to those who responded on this. What I've done is to make a file which uses the javascript to determine the space available in the browser window, [...] You can see all this at: http://www.rhh.myzen.co.uk/gam/sandbox/ David

Re: [WSG] centring and viewport size (OT?)

2007-03-19 Thread Designer
Thanks to those who responded on this. What I've done is to make a file which uses the javascript to determine the space available in the browser window, viz: script type=text/javascript var height = 0; if(

Re: [WSG] centring and viewport size (OT?)

2007-03-19 Thread David Hucklesby
On Mon, 19 Mar 2007 14:43:58 +, Designer wrote: Thanks to those who responded on this. What I've done is to make a file which uses the javascript to determine the space available in the browser window, viz: [...] (code snipped) Of course, since the php is server-side, I then have to

Re: [WSG] centring and viewport size (OT?)

2007-03-19 Thread David Hucklesby
On Mon, 19 Mar 2007 14:43:58 +, Designer wrote: Thanks to those who responded on this. What I've done is to make a file which uses the javascript to determine the space available in the browser window, viz: [...] (code snipped) Of course, since the php is server-side, I then have to

[WSG] centring and viewport size (OT?)

2007-03-17 Thread Designer
I'm sorry if this is OT [but hey - it's weekend :-) ] but I'm pretty useless at javascript, DOM and all that and I've really struggled finding the info I need. Most of the methods (non-tables) for centering a div vertically (and horizontally) suffer from the same problem: they use the div

Re: [WSG] centring and viewport size (OT?)

2007-03-17 Thread Lee Powell
Hi Bob How about adding an 'overflow: scroll' to the containing div, or failing that allocate it a 'min-height'? That might avoid having to use unnecessary javascript. Regards Lee On 17 Mar 2007, at 13:03, Designer wrote: I'm sorry if this is OT [but hey - it's weekend :-) ] but I'm

Re: [WSG] centring and viewport size (OT?)

2007-03-17 Thread David Hucklesby
On Sat, 17 Mar 2007 13:03:25 +, Designer wrote: [...] Most of the methods (non-tables) for centering a div vertically (and horizontally) suffer from the same problem: they use the div height to attach a top margin and use percentages. The result is that, when the window size gets to

Re: [WSG] centring and viewport size (OT?)

2007-03-17 Thread David Hucklesby
On Sat, 17 Mar 2007 13:03:25 +, Designer wrote: [...] Most of the methods (non-tables) for centering a div vertically (and horizontally) suffer from the same problem: they use the div height to attach a top margin and use percentages. The result is that, when the window size gets to

Re: [WSG] centring and viewport size (OT?)

2007-03-17 Thread Gunlaug Sørtun
Designer wrote: Most of the methods (non-tables) for centering a div vertically (and horizontally) suffer from the same problem: they use the div height to attach a top margin and use percentages. The result is that, when the window size gets to be smaller than the div size, the top of the