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    Hello! I'm designing a new portfolio site and i'm using the 'absolute' CSS positioning for the sites content, but when viewing in different browsers, they don't look the same because certain parts of the site are not in the same place. How do I correct this?

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    Senior Member Ronald Roe's Avatar
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    Start by not using absolute positioning. Structure your layout in the same flow as your HTML, and use relative positioning to push the elements into place. Then, make sure you use a CSS reset to overcome browser stylesheet settings.

    Example:
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    *{margin:0; padding:0;}
    Ron Roe
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    Righto, i'll give it a shot, thanks.


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