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vertical align two divs within a relative div but float one to the right
Would the following give the desired result? .hamburger { width: 3em; height: 3em; position:relative; left:100%; margin-left:-15em; } The -15 comes from hamburger width + logo width

Categories : HTML

How to change position of window controls relative to the window size
Not necessarily the best way, but what I'd probably do is handle WM_SIZE and/or WM_SIZING and then in there use : m_Button.SetWindowPos(x, y, 0, 0, SWP_NOSIZE | SWP_NOZORDER); where x and y are the new co-ordinates of the top-left of where you want your button.

Categories : Visual Studio 2010

How to position popup window relative to the window top?
Here is the working jsfiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/kcG9W/. You needed to calculate the scroll offset of the window, which would make the top look like 0px, then add 200 to that so the top would appear to be 200px. $('#thumbs img').click(function(){ $('.popup').fadeIn(300); $('#dark-overlay').fadeIn(300); var top = $(window).scrollTop() + 200 + 'px'; $('.popup').css({top:top}); });

Categories : Javascript

How to align button to textarea corner and keep it in same relative position while expand contract
Try removing the container's strict width, you can set a min-width instead and if you make it display: inline-block or float: left you can make sure it doesn't span the entire width of its parent. http://jsfiddle.net/2uwDT/2/ .descriptionarea { min-width: 490px; position: relative; display: inline-block; }

Categories : HTML

Position Relative to the window
You can use position:fixed Here is a jsfiddle for the same http://jsfiddle.net/aBaNM/ , even if you scroll the body, red div should be positioned there.

Categories : HTML

Use position relative inside display:table-cell in Firefox. Wrapper solution prevent vertical align : middle
After some tests, I have found a solution. instead of putting the div wrapper inside infobox_mainpic, I put infobox_mainpic inside a a div with a relative position. This way, the arrows are correctly positioned and the img is still inside the table-cell div so it is correctly centered.

Categories : HTML

jQuery Tools | overlay position relative to body and not the browser window [solved]
After a bit back and forth have I finally figured out how to make this work. By just changing top:282 to top:top in the js-code - the position of the overlay places it self to the top of parent element. I didn't know that, and I can't remember having seen this in the documentation either...

Categories : Jquery

'Accordion' style panels - retain position of clicked element relative to the browser window
$("#accordian h3").click(function(){ //slide up all the link lists $("#accordian ul ul").slideUp(); //slide down the link list below the h3 clicked - only if its closed if(!$(this).next().is(":visible")) { $(this).next().slideDown(); } For more details click here

Categories : Jquery

How to align two divs side by side using the float, clear, and overflow elements with a fixed position div/
Try this: <div id="wrapper"> <div class="float left">left</div> <div class="float right">right</div> </div> #wrapper {width:500px; height:300px; position:relative;} .float {background-color:black; height:300px; margin:0; padding:0; color:white;} .left {background-color:blue; position:fixed; width:400px;} .right {float:right; width:100px;} jsFiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/khA4m

Categories : CSS

bottom align divs at bottom of the window
Change your #container position to absolute. Also, make sure your container is not inside another container or element with a specified position, or the positioning will be relative to that container, and not the browser window.

Categories : CSS

align 4 divs in parallel where one of the divs is empty
You will need to change the order of the elements: <div class="container"> <div class="first content">first</div> <div class="content">third</div> <div class="content">fourth</div> <div class="empty"></div> </div> And then just float the first one to the left, other two to the right, and the .empty one, don't float it but set an overflow to auto —or hidden. .content { float: right; width: 142px; } .first { float: left; } .empty { overflow: auto; } http://jsfiddle.net/GTbnz/

Categories : CSS

Position Absolute div inside position relative list item - Clipping issue - ie7
You can try to add overflow into class .listitem : overflow:visible; But, if you want your div to be exactly aligned to the item, make sure the list height and the div height are equals (including the padding). For exemple, if your item height is 40px, your div height, with a padding set to 10px, must be 20px. And remove the top:10px; .layer { position:absolute; top:-1px; right:10px; padding:5px; background:#993300; border:solid 1px #FFF; z-index:100; overflow:visible; height:20px; } In this exemple, i set the padding to 5px to keep the text center vertically. The height is set to 20px (2x padding + height = item height). And the top is set to -1px to deal with the 1px border. http://jsfiddle.net/KtMbA/ Hope it'll help !

Categories : HTML

Z-Index not working on element with position:relative when its parent is position:absolute
remove all z-index values and the white background for the modal element http://jsfiddle.net/TfSa5/ .overlay { position:fixed; top:0; left:0; right:0; bottom:0; background-color:#000000; opacity:0.7; } .modal { position:absolute; top:300px; left:50%; overflow:auto; margin:-250px 0px 0px -280px; border:1px solid #999; border-radius:6px; -webkit-border-radius:6px; -moz-border-radius:6px; -webkit-box-shadow:0 3px 7px rgba(0,0,0,0.3); -moz-box-shadow:0 3px 7px rgba(0,0,0,0.3); box-shadow:0 3px 7px rgba(0,0,0,0.3); background-clip:padding-box; padding:10px; } .modal-contents { height:100px; min-width:100px; } .highlight { position:relative; background-color:#ffffff; } .section { padding:5px; }

Categories : HTML

Absolute position is working fine on different resolutions even if there is no relative position element on the top of it
Absolutely positioned elements are relative to a container positioned relatively. If none is specified, it's relative to the window. I've never heard of/see anything about problems with position and screen resolution... other than the fact that your browser might change width/height when your resolution changes? this is all regardless of if there is anything set in the css for the html/body width & height.

Categories : CSS

Difference and impact of position:relative, position:absolute, and float
Position:absolute and float do not coincide. If you position an element absolutely it is then no longer "floating". i.e. absolutely positioned items (or fixed items) are taken out of the flow of the document. It is generally better to position things statically or relatively unless necessary. Absolute positioning has its uses, but is not generally needed. Relative positioning is useful when you need to position a child element relative to the parent. So if A is positioned relatively, then positioning B absolutely will mean it is placed based on A's position. So: A { position:relative; } B { position:absolute; top:30px; left:20px; } Will place B 30px from the top and 20px from the left of A's upper left corner. Anything then positioned within B, will be based on B's

Categories : CSS

Fixed position takes up more space than relative position with Susy?
Relative widths are calculated in relation to their positioning contexts. Static and relative positioned elements are always within the context of their parent element. In contrast, absolute widths are calculated relative to the next non-static ancestor, and fixed widths are relative to the browser window (or "viewport"). Susy works by calculating widths relative to a container, and that does't work for fixed elements that have been removed from their expected flow. There is a clever workaround, if you can handle the extra markup. What you need to do is create a fixed context, then a container for Susy, and then perform your span-columns inside that fixed container: // fixed context .fixed-context { position: fixed; left: 0; right: 0; // container .container { @include con

Categories : CSS

moving visible divs' onto the hidden divs' position
DEMO JQUERY : $(document).ready(function(){ $('#drop').change(function () { if ($('#drop option:selected').text() == "Volvo"){ $('div').hide(); $('#volvo').show(); } else if ($('#drop option:selected').text() == "Mercedes"){ $('div').hide(); $('#mercedes').show(); } else if ($('#drop option:selected').text() == "Audi"){ $('div').hide(); $('#audi').show(); } else { $('div').hide(); } }); }); HTML: <select id="drop"> <option value="">--select--</option> <option value="volvo">Volvo</option> <option value="mercedes">Mercedes</option> <option value="audi">Audi</option> </select> <div id="volvo"&g

Categories : Javascript

How to align two inner divs inside outer absolute positioned div that has fixed width in which both divs have the same width?
You can simply float the two divs and give them half of the width: #div1, #div2 { width: 50%; float: left; } Fiddle here: http://jsfiddle.net/nkxWP/1/

Categories : HTML

How I can tell absolute position ignore is parent relative position?
Remove width:200px for div with id #layout. Important thing is dont use same id for two elements. Duplicate id's are dangerous. CODE: <div id="website" style="width:100%;"> <div id="layout" style="margin:0 auto"> <div id="layout" style="width:100%;position:relative;"> <div id="full_strip" style="width:100%;background-color:black;color:white;height:100px;position:absolute;left:0;"> Hello world </div> </div> </div> </div> DEMO FIDDLE

Categories : CSS

Can I specify a relative “data-target” for collapse accordion in Bootstrap 3 whilst retaining the “collapse others” functionality?
You're running into an issue because in your example you haven't initialized the collapse functionality until you call $(parent_id+' .panel-collapse').collapse('hide'). You can solve this problem by adding the following line on document ready: $('.panel-collapse').collapse({toggle: false}); Here's a working fiddle.

Categories : Javascript

neither position absolute neither position relative is working well
Here a little trick for you. Add this in your CSS : #insideAbsolute:after{ content:''; height : 35px; width : 100%; position : absolute; bottom : -35px; } That create a "fake" margin! Fiddle : http://jsfiddle.net/QRpqs/1/

Categories : CSS

CSS divs stack vertically when scaling page smaller
Use a media query to target your device, and put the side column above your content column in the markup. float: right; the side column, and float: left; the content column to appear normally on desktop. Use a media-query to have them clear: both; and remove the float. CSS (Updated with 100% wrapper) .wrapper { overflow: hidden; min-width: 300px; width: 100%; } article { background: #efefef; float: left; width: 80%; } aside { background: #ccc; float: right; width: 20%; } @media only screen and (max-width : 320px) { aside, article { clear: both; float: none; width: 100%; } } HTML <div class='wrapper'> <aside>Sidebar with form</aside> <article>Content content content ...</article> </div> Codepen sketch.

Categories : HTML

Is there any difference between using absolute position around a relative position wrap and an absolute position around a static position wrap?
If you don't wrap an absolute positioned element around a relatively positioned object, in your viewport, top will be top, but if you zoom in or zoom out, it will be top of the viewport and independent of your layout, weather in case of relatively positioned objects, if an absolute positioned object is wrapped around a relatively postioned object, it will be on top under the bounds of the relatively positioned object(s). For Instance, Let us take three div tags as mentioned in the question with ids, box_1, box_2 and box_3 Let us assume the below CSS and HTML for the three div's The CSS: #box_1 { position: static; width: 200px; height: 100px; background: yellow; top:0px; left:0px; } #box_2 { position: relative; width: 1000px; height: 100px; background: red; } #box_3 {

Categories : CSS

scaling without changing the position of THREE.Line
What you are doing is correct, however, usually the pattern is to scale the x-, y-, and z-components equally, like so: line.scale.set( s, s, s ); You may then have to change the line's position. An alternative is to modify the line's vertices directly, and then to set: line.geometry.verticesNeedUpdate = true; three.js r.58

Categories : Three Js

Android relative layout align parent right
Try android:layout_centerInParent="true" and remove the alignParentLeft attribute if what you wan to achieve is the image centered in your layout. If you only want to align it to the right, just use android:layout_alignParentRight="true". <ImageView android:id="@+id/main_imgBreachAlert" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:layout_alignParentRight="true" android:layout_marginRight="5dp" />

Categories : Android

To align all buttons equally in relative layout
You need to use a LineaLayout if you want equal sizes. You can just put it inside of your RelativeLayout. You also need to give the buttons equal weight. Like here: Equal buttons

Categories : Android

Align two divs (on top of each other) next to one div
just wrap your right content with one div and remove float from blockquote and cite jsFiddle hope this will solve your issue.

Categories : HTML

Putting two divs on the same row via relative positioning
Short answer: I believe your are missing position:absolute on A and B. Long answer: if you define your container as position:relative, all the newly created elements with position:absolute will be positioned within the bounding box of the container. At that point we can stick the two elements one next to each other like you said: A on left:0 and B on left:100%. We can animate both by changing the left value: A goes off the screen with left:-100% and B slides in with left:0 (which is also the same position of A at the previous step). You can see it in action here -> http://jsfiddle.net/MVXwT/

Categories : Javascript

Place relative divs below absolute ones
You can not place two relatively positioned DIV's on top of each other, to my knowledge, at least. What you can do, is use absolute positioning of the images, inside a relatively positioned DIV. Take a look at this jsFiddle, I made earlier. The Red DIV is semi-transparent and on top of the Blue DIV, using position: absolute;, top: 0;, left: 0;, these two are placed, inside a container <div class="container"> with position: relative; and margin: 0 auto;-to center the container. I think this will solve your problem.

Categories : CSS

TCP window scaling on Windows
See WSAIoctl with SIO_SET_COMPATIBILITY_MODE in MSDN; link here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/cc136103(v=vs.85).aspx This lets you set the WsaBehaviorAutoTuning value which can be used to turn off auto tuning on the socket in question.

Categories : C++

How to align 3 divs inside 1?
The width of the main div is not great enough to contain the other 3. Padding, margins and borders all need to be accounted for. Set up a fiddle and test but ultimately you'll need to play with the figures to get the desired result. Also worth lookin up the box model to get a clearer understanding Never use tables to align divs. that amateur and ugly! Tables are used for tabular data. End.

Categories : HTML

Align two divs those are on different side
Use a combination of the float and clear properties: <style> #first, #second, #third { float:left; } #second { clear:left; } /* width is not necessary. added for display purposes */ #second, #third { width:50%; } </style> <div id="first"> foo </div> <div id= "second"> foo </div> <div id= "third"> foo </div> http://jsfiddle.net/8d7tD/

Categories : HTML

How to align multiple divs in another?
It looks much more like a table than divisions to me... <table class="header"><tr> <td class="left"></td> <td class="center"> <img class="logo" src="linktomyimage.com/image.png" /> </td> <td class="right"></td> </tr></table> Think about so CSS afterwards : table.header{ width: 100%; border-collapse: collapse; } table.header td{ vertical-align: top; border: 1px solid #404040; } table.header td.center{ width: 800px; height: 600px; } This is just a code sample, get the idea, and adapt to your own needs ^^

Categories : CSS

Top align 3 floating divs
you have given the left sidebar a border. If you give a border it will do 25%+1px. So that means if u add it all together it will be 100% and some pixel because u gave it a border. 25% + 50% + 25% + border:1px = 100% + 1px = whole width screen + 1px

Categories : CSS

Align three divs in center
There should be a row in there. <div class="container"> <div class="row-fluid"> <div class="span3 offset1"> </div> <div class="span3"> </div> <div class="span3"> </div> </div> </div> A non-bootstrap way to solve this: <div class="container"> <div style="width: 80%; margin: 0 auto;"> <div class="row-fluid"> <div class="span3 offset1"> </div> <div class="span3"> </div> <div class="span3"> </div> </div> </div> </div> The width of the new element can be max-width with a static width aswell.

Categories : HTML

CSS - How to align divs horizontally?
Inline elements cannot have a set width or height. Block elements cannot be side-by-side (float is cheating :p) display:inline-block is the best of both worlds ;)

Categories : HTML

IE6 and IE7 absolute positioned div on top of multiple relative divs
It is possible but only by decreasing the z-index of the second .wrapper or increasing the z-index of the first .wrapper. On a simple level, each positioned element with a non-auto z-index creates a new stacking context, although there are other circumstances in which a new stacking context is created - see The stacking context. The problem is one that affects IE <= 7, from quirksmode.org In Internet Explorer positioned elements generate a new stacking context, starting with a z-index value of 0. Therefore z-index doesn't work correctly. CSS .wrapper{ height: 100%; width: 100%; } .lower { position: relative; z-index: -1; } .higher { position: relative; z-index: 2; } .relative_div { height: 75px; width: 200px; border: 1px solid #000; pa

Categories : HTML

scaling elements to fit browser window
Without actually seeing your website since it's password protected I would suggest something along the lines of the folllowing: You set a wrapper around your elements, in your case the nav and the video. And then set the CSS for the video and nav to have an auto margin. Which should center it both horizontally and verically. You might want to add a wrapper for the 2 components to keep them nicely stacked together and then put an auto margin on that wrapper, but the below should already work. Html: <div id="container"> <div id="nav"><!-- nav here --></div> <div id="video"><!--video here--></div> </div> CSS: #container { width:100%; height:100%; } #video{ margin:auto; } #nav { margin:auto; }

Categories : CSS

Changing position of origin inside a window's Client area to get cursor position
The DPtoLP function converts device coordinates into logical coordinates. The conversion depends on the mapping mode of the device context, the settings of the origins and extents for the window and viewport, and the world transformation. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/dd162474(v=vs.85).aspx

Categories : Visual Studio 2010

different size divs align top left
please add this css : #box1, #box2, #box3, #box4, #box5, #box6, #box7, #box8, #box9, #box10, #box11, #box12, #box13, #box14, #box15, #box16, #box17, #box18, #box19, #box20 { margin:0px; padding:0px; float: left; } ul, li { margin:0px; padding:0px; list-style:none;}

Categories : Javascript



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