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    Hello all,

    Couple things here..

    1 - This is my first ground up HTML/CSS build. I'm attempting to stay away from tables. Its pretty tricky. They are tempting to use.

    2 - I need some help with a search 'text' area... I cannot seem to get it lined up and.. I'd like it to be all the way over to the right of the main div.

    3 - General critique of the code would be most gracious. Any tips or over all suggestions would also be very, very helpful....

    Thanks alot folks..

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    Also, I'm not sure why, but the main div I wanted say 75px, assuming that the next div that comes after it would need to be placed 75px from the top to lign up right under it.... but it doesn't... can anyone tell me why?

    Also, do you know of a way to have these div's just line up so they know that the next follows directly after the one before and there is no need for the top: atribute... ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by David_McPherson
    Also, do you know of a way to have these div's just line up so they know that the next follows directly after the one before and there is no need for the top: atribute... ??
    Nest the divs inside a main div. Usually works for me. In fact, i've never even touched the Top/left attributes yet.

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    I think what you're looking for is relative positioning

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    Mindblowingly enough, I just noticed that you can't attach .css files. Problem solved.
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    Thanks for that Filburt..

    Thanks a bunch fellas on the replies....


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