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    Question Difficulty with 'position' - positional attributes - Help!

    Using Indexhibit 2.0 as CMS, my index (the left navigation bar) justifies to the top left corner of the web page, while the exhibit (main content on the 'right' part of the screen) I have open aligns it's top left corner to the bottom right corner of the index (if that makes sense...)

    Example:

    jaredcurtis.net/index.php/architecture/zyx--aquarium-place/

    I think I have edited out positional attributes for #index - it's missing the position: fixed; or something equivalent.

    Totally unsure which css file I need to add this to, or if I'm in the wrong place entirely, I'm new

    Do I add a line in base.css specifying the position? Or is it in style.css?

    If you gave me an example of what the file should like (screenshot your base.css or w/e), that would also be very helpful.

    Not trying to mess anything up...

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    Hey, I'm a beginner too so can't offer much...

    But if you are unsure what the CSS Positioning attributes are this is a very clear video explaining them with a link to a great website that also has definitions, examples and test codes you can play with.



    I hope this might help you in some way, I apologise if you already knew all this and I am just making a fool of myself.

    Good luck!

    Celeste.
    Last edited by Celeste Rose; Jan 22nd, 2014 at 04:52 AM.

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    If you're using Chrome or FF, you can inspect the element in the developer tools, and it will tell you which file it's in.
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