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    I'm trying to get back into learning CSS again. When using static, things display fine when editing my blocks in Dreamweaver. Howerver, as soon as I change it to relative or absolute, the blocks turn into a tiny yellow icon, and I can not see them unless I hit F12 to render them in the browser. This makes editing a lot more of a guess & go sort of trial and error process.

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    Senior Member simpleurl's Avatar
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    if it works fine in the browser then it shouldnt be much of a problem...

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    Senior Member Shani's Avatar
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    simpleurl is 100% on point.

    1- Using a static position is generally inappropriate.
    2- DW in does not acurately display what it is you're trying to do, no matter how you do it.

    Your best bet is to continue to F12.
    Shani

    I have an eye for detail like you'd never believe.

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    Oh boy, tha'ts going to suck a bit, but I guess if that's all you can do... Makes me want to go back to using tables, at least I could see what it is I am editing!


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