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From: John Unsworth <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date: 4 Sep 2008 14:05
Subject: Re: [WSG] Position and peace of mind
To: Kepler Gelotte <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

On 04/09/2008, Kepler Gelotte <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
 > John,
 >  It would really help when you have a specific issue like this to post a url
 >  where people could see your site. Most hosting companies allow you to create
 >  subdomains so you could put the web site on your host as
 >  http://problemsite.mydomain.com/
 >  Best regards,
 >  Kepler Gelotte
 >  Neighbor Webmaster, Inc.
 >  156 Normandy Dr., Piscataway, NJ 08854
 >  www.neighborwebmaster.com
 >  phone/fax: (732) 302-0904

Thanks for replying Kepler,
 I've arranged to put the two versions up for viewing.
 The relatively positioned <div>'s is at;
 and the absolutes are here;

 The issue with the "More Info" buttons in Opera disapears when I
 removed the absolute position call in the CSS...but so do the images.
 And I'd like to advise that the call in the head of the HTML for the
 CSS is taken from Jon Hicks' presentation "A Day in Deployment", I
 thought it was a good method although I am aware that the Yahoo front
 end optimisation people advise that the @import rule is not perfect.
 For anyone not aware of the Jon Hicks presentation, you'll find it

 Many thanks

John Unsworth

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