Web Design Tutorials and Articles: Understanding CSS Absolute Positioning and Layering

Friday, June 26, 2009

Understanding CSS Absolute Positioning and Layering

Introduction It is possible for you to place an HTML element at a particular spot on your web page, independent of what is already there. In this article I do an in-depth treatment of that topic. You need basic knowledge in CSS and HTML (XHTML) in order to understand this article CSS Normal Flow Imagine that in your code, you have a series of inline elements and text, then a block-level (containing) element, then a series of inline elements and text again, then a block-level element, and finally... Sign in to see full entry.

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