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This chapter explained the basics of CSS, a technology that provides far more flexibility and far more control over Web page typography than HTML tags alone can supply. The next chapter explains how CSS can position Web page content.
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Introducing Style Sheet Positioning . . . 622 Controlling Position in FrontPage . . . . . 624 Using Layers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 630 Using Positioning Wisely . . . . . . . . . . . . 631
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Pixel-precise positioning and layering of page elements has long been a dream of Web designers. They yearn for the relative simplicity of print design, where they can put things at specific page locations and not worry about readers changing the page dimensions after the fact. CSS Positioning (often called CSS2) provides just that capability. Using CSS2, you can specify an exact position for any and all elements on a page, not only in terms of horizontal and vertical placement, but also in terms of overlap. (Overlap involves a z-index property that controls which elements appear in front of or behind others.) CSS2 is almost a dream come true for designers with experience in media other than the Web, but it suffers from three major drawbacks:
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Web page. A Web visitor can change the size of fonts by using a menu command, for example, and there s nothing the Web designer can do about it. Similarly, nothing can stop Web visitors from having different-sized monitors or from resizing the browser window. And when some dimensions are fixed and others are variable, it s almost certain that something won t fit as intended.
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Browsers support CSS2 even less uniformly than they support CSS1. Lack of browser support for CSS2 is a more critical issue than lack of support for CSS1,
as the following points illustrate:
When a browser that doesn t support CSS1 displays a Web page that contains
CSS1 formatting, it displays the page legibly but with plain fonts.
When a browser that doesn t support CSS2 displays a Web page that contains
CSS2 formatting, it usually displays a wild assortment of misplaced objects. Despite the drawbacks inherent in CSS2, Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 does a reasonable job of supporting it. This chapter explains how that support works.
Part 6: Formatting Your Web Page
Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 Inside Out
Introducing Style Sheet Positioning
Level 2 of the W3C s CSS specification describes CSS positioning. This accounts for the acronym CSS2. The specification describes three kinds of positioning:
Static
This kind of positioning locates page elements where the browser would normally place them. In other words, CSS2 does nothing. This is the default.
Relative
This kind of positioning lays out the Web page normally, but then, just before displaying any positioned elements, shifts them up, down, right, or left of their normal locations. The browser still flows other content around the space where the relatively positioned element would have been had it not been positioned.
Absolute
This kind of positioning makes an element appear at specific xy coordinates, measured from the top left corner of some container to the top left corner of the element. The browser reserves no space for the absolutely positioned element; the element just appears at the specified location. Other content doesn t flow around it.
The default container is the current Web page. You specify measurements relative to top left corner, so the CSS statement to display something 20 pixels below the top of the browser window is:
top: 20px;
The command to place something 30 pixels from the left edge of the browser window is:
left: 30px;
Combining this with the command that invokes absolute positioning produces this HTML:
style="position: absolute; top: 20px; left: 30px;"
Part 6: Formatting Your Web Page
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CSS Positioning supports other properties in addition to position, top, and left, but these three will do for now. If you re curious about the rest, browse through Table 22-1. If you re curious about whether FrontPage makes you type code like the above, you can be sure it doesn t. Subsequent topics will get to that shortly.
Table 22-1.
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