CSS layout positioning problem - help

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  1. jenn12

    jenn12

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    <div style="position:absolute;left:65px;top:60px;height :400px;">
    <img src="1.jpg">
    </div>


    I'am using the above code to position an image on a page... it's always out of position when you look at it in different resolutions. for Example.. in 1024x768 I can line it up ok.. then if you look at the page in a higher resolution it's all off position...

    The bulk of the page is just tables.. I'am trying to float the image in the right spot and keep it there no matter what resolution the page is viewed under.. but it's always off and overlaps other things under different resolutions..
     
    jenn12, Dec 17, 2007
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