How To Place Button At Bottom Right Corner Of Image?
Aug 20, 2006
I want to find a way to place a button at the bottom right corner of an image. The button should still be inside the image, not under the image. How? I know how to create a link button using FORM and INPUT tag, but can I use innerHtml to insert the button into the IMG tag? If not, how to do it? I tried, but the button is always outside the image.
I hired a programmer to develop a drag and drop system for my blog. The user should be able to browse one of my blog entries and click, drag and drop an image from my entry to a fixed bottom bar on that page.The problem we are facing is that when dragging an image, it wont place it on the bottom bar until the whole page is scrolled down to the bottom of the page. This is a problem because some of the pages can be very lengthy
Say I had a <div>. I want it to be the exact height of from the top lft corner of the screen to the bottom right. Not 100% height, but top left to bottom right. That distance. It has to work for all resolutions so is there some formula for that?
Stuck in the bottom-right corner of this page is a Social Media sharing tool floating over the page content. It's semi-transparency changes upon hover. It grows out from the corner upon hover as well. [URL] I'm thinking it's ShareBar but I don't see anything like it on the ShareBar site.
Can I change firefox/IE's min/max/X button lay out to lower right corner? I have a web app (let us say i have 2 pages input.php and output.php) when user enters data into input.php and click search output.php renders from server. But the user from anywhere on web should be able to close output.php by using lower right X button. (by default FF/IE has top right X button, may top left in case of MAC), in otherwords I need to change the output.php page NOT on a user machine but on server, so that each user get same lay out when access the page.
i am pretty new to jquery and hope this is the right place to ask. my problem is the following. when i mouseover a certain element on a page, i want that a certain image is displayed in the top right corner of the page, no matter where the it is currently scrolled. how can i achieve that?
How can I make it to where an image will load in the corner of a website?Specifically, I have part of a template I want all people to see, however, some people either get it cut off or not shown at all because of their resolution.
Requirements: - I'm using "Frames" and the frame I want the image/div to appear in is the main content frame that sits against the right and bottom edges of the browser window. So the lower right corner of the browser window is the same as the lower right corner of my frame. - (optional) If the frame content is small enough such that there are no scrollbars or if the page has not been scrolled vertically, then I don't want the image (or <div>) to appear. - the placement of the image/div needs to take into account the width of the scrollbar(s). - my focus is to display a button in this lower right corner that, when clicked, will scroll the page to the top.
Thanks, and here are the instructions and script that I mentioned above (that I had founed from another site):
Place the watermark on your page where you want it to appear on non-DHTML browsers (say, the bottom). Then nest it inside a <DIV> tag with the attributes id="waterMark" and style="position:absolute". Code:
Below is the code for a Captive Portal Splash Page. I have tried to research how to fix the button at the bottom of my page but I can either add a link (which does not require checking the box to agree to terms) or simply how it came to me without the ability to send customer anywhere.
when I click on a button, it should display below the button a random randomStrings(AAA, AAB, AAC, AAD, or AAE). The problem is that when I click on the button nothing is being displayed. Instead it just re-opens the web page I am on.
How can I get it so that when I click on the button, a randomStrings appears at the bottom.
question 2 is that in the future I want the randomStrings to display AAA, AAB, AAC ... all the way to ZZZ. Is there a shorter way to display the randomStrings than just AAA, AAB, AAC and so on.
Below is my code
I am a systems analyst and network admin for [url].... We already have an exisiting site, which has JS. We now need to add a lightbox effect onload that will basically overlay the page in grey and focus on a banner before you can access it. Thus, pushing everyone who visits to read a banner. I would also like to add an "x" graphic in the top right corner of the projected image to close the banner and return to veiwing our site.
I'm trying to set up a page that has one big image slider that displays a set of images by default. Then underneath this there are links for more galleries, and when you click on them they load right there in the big image slider. I don't want these links to go to a new page. What I'm after is demonstrated at this URL: First Comes Love **|** Wedding Photography by Alison Bank
How do I set this up? I'm thinking I need some kind of preload images code?
I am considering using Nivo Slider, but open to suggestions. Also, I'm building my site in Wordpress if that has any impact.
I am opening a site soon that will have a preliminary, invite-only beta system to work out bugs, etc. I need to make a feedback system and I already have most of it figured out, but I need to know how to make a button or image stay at the bottom of the screen.
For example, take a look at klout.com. They have a feedback button on the right side that stays in the same position as you scroll down the page. How can I do this, but keep the button at the bottom of the page?
I don't want to have to add any extra containers, etc. I have my layout entirely designed and I want the button to be easy to add/remove. I'm thinking I would just need to run a script that creates maybe a div that holds the button, and position the div at the height of the window minus the height of the div. But how can I make it stay there as the user scrolls?