Dreamweaver's "layers" are absolutely positioned - this means that when you
place one at 200 pixels top and left, it will be there until you move it. I
guess what you are interpreting as layer movement is actually movement of
page content within a centering table - is that the case? Can you post a
URI to the page in question?
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"Arvid Ellenberger" <a_ellenbergerweb.de> wrote in message
> I have created a website with layers.
> The layers contain text and pictures.
> Now I open the website with different monitor solutions and sometimes
> the layers aren't on the position where they should.
> For example the picture layer is on the text layer.
> What can I do?
> How can I change the code, that the layers are fixed on the site.
> Thanks for the help.