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How To Create A CSS Slide Out Fixed Navigation
How To Create A CSS Slide Out Fixed Navigation
In today's tutorial we are going to learn how we can make it easy for your visitors to always have access to the main links on your site by creating a fixed position main navigation. But what we are going to do is hide half of the navigation off the page so it will not move over your content.
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Making your Footer stay put when having a fixed Header
Making your Footer stay put when having a fixed Header
This tutorials describes how to set up a html/css-layout with a fixed header at the top (for navigation) while having a non-static footer that stays put at the bottom of the page.
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All You Want to Know About CSS Fixed Positioning
All You Want to Know About CSS Fixed Positioning
CSS offers us four different ways to place elements on our page. One of those is “Fixed Positioning”. The Fixed Positioning feature allows us to make an element stay right where we put it. This tutorial will explain how Fixed Positioning works.
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Creating A 3 Columns Fixed CSS Layout
Creating A 3 Columns Fixed CSS Layout
In this tutorial we will use the Flexi CSS Layouts Dreamweaver extension to create a simple 3 columns CSS layout with a fixed width.
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Fluid Header/Footer Problem When the Window is Resized
Fluid Header/Footer Problem When the Window is Resized
If you have a fluid header and footer, but the content area is a fixed size, you could run into this bug when the viewport is smaller than the width of the content.
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Css tips: how to use the position fixed property?
Css tips: how to use the position fixed property?
In today’s article we will see how it’s possible through the use of the same property – obviously assigning to it a different value compared to the one in the previous article – rendering an element always present on the page, in fixed mode, even when the latter scrolls down. We are talking about fixed positioning.
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Fixed Header & Footer Layout: A Beginner’s Guide
Fixed Header & Footer Layout: A Beginner’s Guide
Having a fixed header and/or footer can be quite effective in a web interface where its use proves to be advantageous. However, getting it implemented in all browsers, including IE6, can seem quite daunting. In this tutorial we’ll not only get it working in all the major browsers, but we’ll also cover all the necessary steps required in doing so. By the end of this tutorial, you should be able to implement this into your own projects without having to copy and paste a thing.
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How to center a div block horizontally the simple and easy way
How to center a div block horizontally the simple and easy way
Let's say you want to design a Website with the content floating in the middle. Some coders like to use liquid layouts, which means that the horizontal width of the content div box changes according to the size of the browser window. Other designers use fixed-width layouts, which means that the width of the content div box will remain the same independent from the size of the browser window.
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Layout Tutorial - Build Fixed Columns Sizes with CSS
Layout Tutorial - Build Fixed Columns Sizes with CSS
Layout Tutorial - Build Fixed Columns Sizes with CSS
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Emulating Position - Fixed in IE6 and Below using CSS
Emulating Position - Fixed in IE6 and Below using CSS
Emulating Position - Fixed in IE6 and Below using CSS
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Position fixed Fix for IE6 without Javascript
Position fixed Fix for IE6 without Javascript
Position fixed Fix for IE6 without Javascript
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How to make a web 2.0 header and footer
How to make a web 2.0 header and footer
There are a few ways to make a web 2.0 header and footer one way is to use a fixed background image but this leads to problems when trying to figure out the height of your website / page. Another way is to have two layers set to 100% out side of your container so that it expands 100% accross the screen but this also causes problems with smaller screen sizes which if you have lots of images in the header or footer they will be forced down making the page fall apart in apearence. The way I will show you is to use a mix of both if you look at the top of this page you will see that we use this method having a background image to repeat-x giving the impression of filling the page top 100% while the layer realy is only 780px in width. Web 2.0 designes are more used on blogs but its down to prefered taste with web design there is no right or wrong way to design a site.
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Fixed Image in the Background - Learn to fix any image on the background of a Web page
Fixed Image in the Background - Learn to fix any image on the background of a Web page
Fixed Image in the Background - Learn to fix any image on the background of a Web page
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Make A Fixed Banner - Secret Revealed - Popup Blocker Style
Make A Fixed Banner - Secret Revealed - Popup Blocker Style
Make A Fixed Banner - Secret Revealed - Popup Blocker Style
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CSS 3 Columns Fixed layout page - Content column is to the far right
CSS 3 Columns Fixed layout page - Content column is to the far right
CSS 3 Columns Fixed layout page - Content column is to the far right
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