Changing absolute to relative CSS

Discussion in 'HTML and CSS' started by ContagiousIdeal, Jan 15, 2009.

  1. ContagiousIdeal

    ContagiousIdeal

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    I've got an image ready site :hide: don't flame me please as I'm NOT a coder but I've done my best to keep the code fairly clean, I've added lytebox and a javascript for my rollovers that allows fades and some flash for my gallery.

    Now my problem is I don't want the site to be micro small but on monitors that are 1024x768 if they have the status bar and bookmarks/navigation bar it's a bit too big for it. I need to do some relative CSS and I have 0 idea how to convert everything over.

    I can't submit my website as a url wrap so here it is www coltfreeman .com

    Anyone feel like helping?
    ContagiousIdeal, Jan 15, 2009
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