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Hello, I have a site with divs instead of tables. I would like to get an image (div 2) to stay in the bottom right of another div (div 1). (div 1) will have text. I have placed the small div (div 2) with the image in the background before the end of (div 1). I have floated it right and cleared it left. If I pad or margin (div 2) into a (div 1) and make div one a fixed height it would work butt then as I add content to (div 1) I have to change all those ...

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    Hello,

    I have a site with divs instead of tables. I would like to get an image (div
    2) to stay in the bottom right of
    another div (div 1).
    (div 1) will have text.
    I have placed the small div (div 2) with the image in the background before
    the end of (div 1).
    I have floated it right and cleared it left. If I pad or margin (div 2) into
    a (div 1) and make div one a fixed height it would work butt then as I add
    content to (div 1) I have to change all those settings.
    I would like to not have to change those.
    I have not used any positioning and wonder if this is the solution...? But in
    testing so far no luck.
    Any ideas?

    rayezra Guest

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    > Any ideas?

    Without looking at your code, I would guess it would be due to your
    mismatched socks, but I'm pretty sure that is not it....

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    Ahh the old wrong socks again.

    Changed socks but I still have the problem.

    I do not mind giving you the page address but of co the site is still
    "under construction" so do not make fun of my spelling.

    http://skinnypixel.com/services/corporate_branding.php

    Thanks for the help.

    Btw I have a projectseven tab panel on there and I am interested in some other
    project seven stuff but I have some questions....would you be the guy to ask?



    rayezra Guest

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    > would you be the guy to ask?

    No - PVII would be the ones to ask. Have you tried their forum? It's NNTP
    only, so you'll need to crank up your newsreader -

    news://forums.projectseven.com

    As for your image, why not make it the background image for the container,
    and position it right bottom?


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    As for your image, why not make it the background image for the container,
    and position it right bottom.

    Yeah that is a thought but the top bar is currently taking the background
    position. I guess I could pull the top bar and make it a div at the top...humm.
    A thought but I was pondering changing the background anyways because I wanted
    a gradient there.

    I was just hoping I had missed something with CSS that would have allowed for
    a Div to stay in the right bottom corner of another Div, like when you position
    something "Fixed" on a page. But when testing using absolute positioning it
    takes my Tabs away...

    No bigs I will keep experimenting different ways. A good learning experance I
    guess.

    Thanks for your time Ace.

    rayezra Guest

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    Just nest containers there, and let each carry its own background. That's
    the only way you're going to reliably get that image where you want it.

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