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John Coppock wrote:   You need to get hold of an extention called 'snap layers'. Normally I would direct you to the extention developers site www.projectseven.com but due to circiumstances beyond their control their server is down at present. Try the macromedia exchange at www.macromedia .com, you may well be able to get the extention form there. Its free by the way....

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    John Coppock wrote:
     
    You need to get hold of an extention called 'snap layers'. Normally I
    would direct you to the extention developers site www.projectseven.com
    but due to circiumstances beyond their control their server is down at
    present. Try the macromedia exchange at www.macromedia .com, you may
    well be able to get the extention form there. Its free by the way.

    osgood Guest

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    You need to put the snaplayers behaviour on the body for both onLoad and
    onResize. You can also put it on the button itself, which is sometimes better
    and easier. Then the even would be (onMouseOver). Make sure it's in
    parenthesis.
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    "John Coppock" <ac.uk> wrote in message
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    > > would direct you to the extention developers site www.projectseven.com
    > > but due to circiumstances beyond their control their server is down at
    > > present. Try the macromedia exchange at www.macromedia .com, you may
    > > well be able to get the extention form there. Its free by the way.
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    DiMa Guest

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    Hi all

    I have a main table that is 600 pixles wide and sits in the center of the
    page. Inside this table I have a horizontal navigation bar running across
    the top of the table.

    On one of the buttons I would like to have a drop down menu, this works fine
    if the main table is not centred, however when I center the table, my layer
    does not move with the table, Ive tried loads of ways but no joy.

    Can anyone advise me on a method of ensuring that my layer stays in the
    right place, no matter what the size of the browser window is ?

    All help seriously appreciated

    John Coppock


    John Guest

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    Cool suff,

    Works a dream, one problem, I seem to have to refresh my browser window to
    get the layer to repositon its self in the correct position.

    Am I doing something wrong ?



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    > would direct you to the extention developers site www.projectseven.com
    > but due to circiumstances beyond their control their server is down at
    > present. Try the macromedia exchange at www.macromedia .com, you may
    > well be able to get the extention form there. Its free by the way.
    >[/ref]


    John Guest

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    Thank you both for youre help in this matter :)

    Well chuffed,

    John


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    John Guest

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    Default Layers

    What is the best way to allow a layer to embedd it's self at a certain point (centering in this case) if the page is viewed at 800 or larger ? Is it possible?


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