That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at iContact as they probably could help you..
I've heard something about floating DIVs, but I have no idea how to use them, lol..
If you ahve two divs, and you put float: right on one, and float left on the other, then one will go to the right side and one to the left..
In my opinion pure div layouts are more trouble then it's worth...
So I should move back to a tabular design?.
And from "scoutt"'s message, am I under the impression this is a "HTML Beginner's" forum?.
Well, I'll work on a tabular design again but in a different file, and see which one works best....
I'm only really doing this in CSS-P and DIV to learn how to do it really, and secondly to stop people hyping at me to finally get some XHTML 1.0 Strict done, lol.
Then again, this is *just* a gamer iContact site and in future I can convert it to DIV.
And adding dynamic elements, such as a repeated region to a DIV'ed iContact site is kinda difficult.
I guess I'll start work on a tabular version then.
All levels are welcome here but WTF is CSS-P?!!?..
The term "CSS-P" has been generally defined to mean "objects positioned with the CSS2 properties attaining to "position: (absolute | relative | static);" and the actual properties controlling position "left | right | top| bottom: (<value><unit>)" etc..".
So basically it just means that the person is using stuff similar to the properties listed under the "positioning" page in Dreamweaver's CSS editor..
There is no such thing as CSS-P, anywhere. meaning it is a dreamweaver thing if that is where you got it..
"objects positioned with the CSS2 properties" that is what CSS is for, positioning...
Is a widely used abbreviation, even w3schools.com uses it. The W3C mailing lists are full of it. I'm not sure of it's origin, but it doesn't really matter, people use it, including myself, so it exists. I'm not sure if it's perhaps a bit dated though..
Oh and karinne, "it's not the browser that's wrong... it's your damn code!!!"... That's quite a bold statement. Do you mean that the browser is always right? Even IE6? Even NN4? Properitary, non-standard spaghetti code; thumbs up!..
Last time I check w3schools doesn't set the standard. w3.org doesn't list css-p anywhere. it may have been used but it is no longer in use to I will not acknowledge it. besides, some of the info on w3schools is outdated it seems...
Nope, they don't set the standards, I was merely using them as an example, to show how acknowledged this abbreviation is. If you don't want to use it, no problem, but it's at least necessary to know what it means...