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Position a picture

How do you exactly place a picture on a page i.e. by pixels

RE: Position a picture

Hi Dave, thanks for your query and apologies for the delay. As you have probably discovered by now everything is positioned on a simple web page relative to everything else, which can make specific positioning problematic. Historically, designers have got round this with a) complex table layouts b) frames and these days c) with CSS. CSS is a huge subject and a walkthrough of absolute and relative positioning would stretch this forum, but have a look at the link below for an introduction. I would really recommend if you want total control over the positioning of elements on your webpage that you explore CSS.

http://www.expression-web-designer-help.com/css/CSS_Introduction.htm

Hope this helps,

Anthony

Thu 17 Feb 2011: Automatically marked as resolved.

 

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