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Thread: Stacking DIV's

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    Senior Member kevind_2007's Avatar
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    Hello
    I am building a layout for a portfolio website and I'm running into one little problem. On the left side, I plan to have 2 DIV's on top of each other and of course, I have run into a problem. I have the positioning set to "relative" but it still doesnt look right. What I want it to do is for the height to auto adjust according to the amount of text in the DIV. For that, I didn't set a height on the DIV's to force it to auto adjust. But how can I get the DIV on the bottom to scoot down vertically on the page according to the height of the DIV on top? You can view a sample here: http://www.kdoster.com/temporary/index.html. I am currently designing in Dreamweaver on Mac, and I've noticed that the IE version differs slightly from the Safari and FF versions. Any help on these matters would be appreciated. Thank you so much.
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    I don't quite see what you're talking about in that link. did you get it sorted?
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    Senior Member kevind_2007's Avatar
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    Yeh, it was a stupid error of mine, but it doesn't matter because I redid the layout, LOL. Thanks for lookin out!
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