I are not aware of if the right forum for this question, but the following goes:
I’ll align a layer a lot of pixels from the superior and left with the browser window (and likewise align it in order to another layer), but how do i align a layer a lot of pixels from the superior and left of the table (in different words, if I center the table within the page, the layer moves for it in stead of staying in its orignal location)
Hope this can be clear – thanks for your help!
I guess you can add
To the CSS for any layer, and then upload the layer rules inside those for your table, like and so:
< table> < tr> < td> < div> content < /div> < /td> < /tr> < /table>
Not examined, if this isn’t what you recommended please clarify.
This has to do with a problem inherit along with how dreamweaver produces ‘layers’.
For a smaller tutorial I wrote recently that should reply your question appear here..
Let me know if you want me to express things better..
many thanks, I will look at these out…
Yes, the CSS you works. Gylakk explained about that (and thanks still stays in him). Just put:
Towards table. That should work – or rather, it does to me.