Is there some possibility with php to put the horizontal scroll bar of the web brwser into the center if the "width" of web page are bigger then the "width" of the web browser screen?So I don't need to scroll to right if I open the page, but the horizontal scroll bar will be positioned in the center.That code should do the same think like I when I take the scroll bar and put it in the center position, but this should be happen when I load the page automatically.
This works well with PC's IE. However, when I open this in Mac IE, the dots are either shifted too high up or too low in relation to the US image. Strange thing is, when I resize the browser, the dots literally jump to their correct places.
I was wondering if it is possible to set the positioning of an element in CSS? What I am looking to do, is have a set of 3 boxes on the right of the page and base the size of the boxes by %. Problem is, while I can position the first and third boxes relative to the top and bottom of the page, repectively, depending on the size of the browser, i can't firmly set the positioning for the middle box off of the top or bottom.
Ideally, I would like to use JS to determine the height of the first box (which is based on a % of the page size), and then set the top of the second box = the height of the first box + 5px for a buffer. Code:
I'm trying to write the code for an AJAX script. The goal is to let the visitor send a comment through a form (obviously). The form is inside a div that pops up when the visitor clicks on an "add a comment" link and when the form is submitted the result of the form processing apears inside the same div which resizes to fit the size of the result.
The problem I'm trying to solve is that although the resizing and the positioning of the div works for Firefox it doesn't for IE7. In IE7 it does the resizing but the positioning fails Code:
I have problem here I have two div as below: [CODE <div id="left" style="top:0px;left:0px; width:150px;"> <div id="title1" style="top:auto;left:0px; padding: 4px; overflow: auto; background-color: #8EB4E3;"> <table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"> <tr><td></td></tr> <tr> <td>OUR SYSTEM</td><td width="11%" height="10"><div align="right"> <img src="../fleet/images/logos/<?=$fleetID?>.png" width="100" height="50" /></div></td> </tr></table></div> </div> <div id="right" style="top:0px;left:250px; width:800px; height:100%">Map goes here. </div>[/CODE] The problem I am having is that when the div id="left" does not have any inner div then the right div where it contains map is at 0px. But the moment I put id="title1" in the div id="left" then the map in div id="right" does not stay at the top 0px and it goes down by quite many pixels.
i usually try to nut out this sort of problems myself, so as a result this is my first post here. The site I'm working on is much larger, but I have managed to trace the issue i am having to the following simplified code-
I create an img, map, and area element dynamically. If I set the img to absolute position and set its top and left properties, they are removed as soon as I call $('map').hilight();. I can actually see the absolute position for one second, then the img element fly's over to the left side of the screen.
The menu bar works OK. But the themeswitcher resolutely locates in a screen-wide "overflow" of the menubar div, and doesn't have the correct nifty dropdown (it is squashed up to the height of a single line).
I expect the root of my problem is a misunderstanding on my part of the CSS.
I am working on a puzzle that produces a container div.Within that div are produced a grid of 9.16. or 25 tiles.The tiles are positioned absolutely so I can be sure of their relative placement. The container div width and height is calculated according to a preset tile width and height (square actually). So the width of the container should adjust to either 3,4 or 5 tile widths and heights.The trouble is that the offset position of the top left tile is different relative to the container for each different set of tiles (even though it is supposed to be the same position relative to the container for each). I do this so I can apply dragging to the container div.The tiles will follow the container when it is moved and the game will not loose its place when tiles swap locations.(one tile is elected as blank, and tiles, one to left, right, top or bottm, with game content, will swap location with blank when clicked)
The "body onload" makes the page first load all the way to the left, and then after completely loading switches the content to the center, that is dynamically gross. Now, instead of using the "body onload", is there any other way that i can make the content appear. Seeing that there is no "onbeforeload", there must be another way to solve this.
I'm just figuring out how to use absolute inside a relative element to shift an image without changing the flow of the rest of the html. It's working for Firefox 4, but not IE 9.
In firefox the div element doesn't cause a hole in the flow. The div and the image inside is simply moved over to where they should be. But in IE, the image is sitting there as part of the flow bumping down the next things (the text and span tags) and the image isn't moving over to the right at all.
I've tried wrapping the div in an another div but that made no difference. Am I crazy to think this is supposed to work? I'm inserting the div and image tags dynamically in the client in javacript.
I'm trying to get the height of an element that contains content which is absolutely positioned. As far as I can tell, because the absolute positioned content is taken out of the page flow, you cannot retrieve the 'visible' height (ie height as seen onscreen) of the element with properties like clientHeight / offsetHeight.
Is there any way to access the visible height of an element like this?
I've created a page with an image of a man where a user is able to click on an area and a div is positioned at that point containing a white circle. This code works in all browsers except IE 6 where it creates a duplicate white circle beneath the one which is placed in the correct location. How to get rid of this second circle? The circle is essentially a div with a background image assigned.