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  1. #1
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    I'm mad frustrated with this.... but here it goes.. Anyone know how to make it so dat when u position iframes or other objects for that matter , that they stay there.. relative to whats behind it.. Like let's say I have an image centered in the browser... when u resize the browser the image moves to the center of it.. but the iframe that i positioned with css stays where it is... basically how do i make them connect so dat that they both stay in tact regardless the size of the browser window.. pls i hope someone understands me hehe and what im talkin about whenever someone has an answer please please get back to me ASAP greatly appreciated thank youthank you in advance


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    Senior Member filburt1's Avatar
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    Please use proper grammar and spelling when at WDF. It is extraordinarily hard for other users to read your posts when it contains no capital letters, is several paragraphs joined together with no punctuation or line breaks, and uses numbers in the words ("2" versus "too", etc.).
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    Senior Member iphong's Avatar
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    Put your iFrame in table then align the table. Hope this can solve your problem..
    Vu Tuan Phong

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