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    Problem:
    I have my index page positioned the way I want it to be. I have the container about 20 pixels from the top.
    When I go to all of my other pages however it moves back up. I've tried everything. I tried moving a lot of things down and all it does is move all the other divs down while the container stays were its at.

    How can I fix this? In this thread I'l include all the files to the site in case anyone wants to look at them.
    here is the example link.
    http://iztudioz.hostei.com/

    EDIT: I'm sorry. I accidentally uploaded the wrong files. I''v re-uploaded the correct ones.
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    Correct files re-uploaded.
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    OK - I took a look at your CSS - one thing you have to know is that the browser will read the code from top to bottom. So if you have say, a #nav h1 {color:#999;} defined in the first 30 lines or so, and further down you have something like h1 { color:333;} it will be the later value that gets read last and will be applied.

    Look at the structure of your CSS and make sure it follows the structure of your pages.

    Sometimes it is useful to have one CSS just for the layout, and another for the styling.

    On my own site I have one CSS for the Homepage, another for the interior pages, and a third for the Contact page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaMare, post: 210088
    OK - I took a look at your CSS - one thing you have to know is that the browser will read the code from top to bottom. So if you have say, a #nav h1 {color:#999;} defined in the first 30 lines or so, and further down you have something like h1 { color:333;} it will be the later value that gets read last and will be applied.

    Look at the structure of your CSS and make sure it follows the structure of your pages.

    Sometimes it is useful to have one CSS just for the layout, and another for the styling.

    On my own site I have one CSS for the Homepage, another for the interior pages, and a third for the Contact page.
    Alright thanks I'l try it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Yurlov, post: 210090
    Alright thanks I'l try it.
    Ok, I did what you suggested and nothing changed. It still moves up on all the pages except slideshow.
    Also what I've noticed is that it didn't move up when I still had the slideshow on all the other pages. As soon as I took out the slideshow and readjusted the alignment of all of the div's it started moving up.

    I have reuploaded the Updated files in original post.
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    I just looked at your whole site - and apart from the fact that there's no content to see, the nav bar stays in the same position whatever page I'm on.
    What exactly is moving up? I can't see anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaMare, post: 210097
    I just looked at your whole site - and apart from the fact that there's no content to see, the nav bar stays in the same position whatever page I'm on.
    What exactly is moving up? I can't see anything.
    The container of the site. The background of the actual site the semi white background.
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    All I see inmy browser is a plain white page - there is no semi-white anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaMare, post: 210121
    All I see inmy browser is a plain white page - there is no semi-white anything.
    Probably your resolution. If you zoom out of the page and look at home page and about page you see a bar of grayish color at the top of index and just white on all the other pages. That is what im saying moves.
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