Re: Image over two table cells?
Herbert Meister wrote:
Bone Ur wrote:
Put the image in a relatively-positioned <div> inside the cell and put an
absolutely-positioned button within that.
That's what I thought. But it seems that the relative position doesn't work.
It does if you use it correctly. If you haven't read the specs, or at
least a good tutorial, you're probably making some false assumptions
about relative positioning.
<div id="main2" style="position:relative; top:22; left:22;
Are you sure that's what you really want to do?
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