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    I have a website where I sell dog treats. On my screen resolution (1920 x 1080) my links to around my site are all in the correct position. However, if I re-size my browser the links will stay in their current position, while all the other content stays centered.

    I cannot figure out how to make the links move with all the other content and stay centered as well. I have hardly any knowledge of HTML or CSS, so I've pretty much been making this whole thing by trial and error and a lot of Google.

    If someone could please help me out and tell me how to make my links move with the other content I would greatly appreciate it.

    My website is:

    http://www.anthonysdogdelicacies.webs.com

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    The problem has to do with CSS absolute positioning as opposed to relative,
    but in any event, there are other problems as well ... pertaining to frames.

    It's tough to interject personal opinions, as I'm guessing you put a lot
    of time into this. But ... the design looks really 2000-ish ... and I'm wondering
    if you might find it better to get a hold of a free XHTML/CSS template that
    you can customize. Something more modern. A valid template that works
    with all browsers. More importantly, something that doesn't use frames.

    You are also using a "free webhost"? Which forces the banner ad?
    That makes it look even worse. You can find a good webhost with no ads
    for as little as $40 per year (cleverdot.com for example).

    Your product may be great, and dogs might love them, but you have to sell
    the owners on your product. A website that makes them want to buy from you.

    I don't know what else to say. It's going to be a tough sell.


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    I changed the positioning to relative and then the links disappear completely. And I put the banner on there myself actually, but it's not permanent. The only permanent one is all the way at the bottom, which doesn't even show at least on my resolution.

    Could you point me in the direction of some good templates? I really just Googled most of my code, so whatever I found I used.

    And by all means...feel more than welcome to interject your personal opinions.


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