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Tells the browser to position content normally. No special positioning is in effect. Positions content relative to its normal page location. Positions content relative to the top left corner of its container. Controls the placement of elements assigned relative or absolute positioning.
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Table 22-1.
CSS Positioning Properties
Values
auto, <length>, <percent> auto, number
Property
width, height z-index
Description
Controls the size of positioned elements. Controls the visual precedence of positioned elements that overlap. Static elements have a zindex of zero. Controls whether an element is visible. The inherit value adopts the visibility of the parent container. Defines what portion of an absolutely positioned element is visible. If an element s content exceeds its height or width, enlarges the container to display all the content. If an element s content exceeds its height or width, hides the additional content. If an element s content exceeds its height or width, displays scroll bars as necessary. If an element s content exceeds its height or width, displays scroll bars at all times.
visibility clip overflow
inherit, visible, hidden auto, rect (upperright, lower-left) visible hidden auto scroll
What can you position Well, all browsers can apply static positioning because that s what they ve been doing all along. In addition:
Netscape Navigator 4 can apply relative or absolute positioning to spans, divisions, and
block elements.
Internet Explorer versions 4 and later and Netscape Navigator versions 6 and later can
apply relative positioning to any page element, and absolute positioning to all the element types listed in Table 22-2.
Table 22-2.
Valid Absolute Positioning Elements
Internet Explorer
unique elements Form elements
Fieldsets Frames Buttons Input elements Select lists Text areas
Netscape Navigator Internet Explorer positionable positionable
Divisions Spans Block elements Tables Pictures Applets Objects
A block element is anything that causes line breaks before and after itself. Normal paragraphs are the most common block elements, followed by the various heading types. Divisions and spans are two HTML tags that mark sections of a Web page.
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A division starts where you put a <div> tag, ends where you put a </div> tag, and
creates line breaks before and after itself. Divisions usually mark blocks of content for positioning, hiding, showing, and so forth. Note The W3C invented the <div> tag to embrace and extend the <layer> tag that Netscape Communications originally proposed and implemented. The <layer> tag never achieved official status, but many Web designers still prefer the term layer over division. In fact, however, the tag that implements a layer is <div>.
A span starts with <span>, ends with </span>, and flows continuously with
surrounding elements. Spans usually mark ranges of content for formatting. Both divisions and spans are normally invisible. This presents a problem for WYSIWYG editors like FrontPage, because what you see is nothing. FrontPage has a way of handling this; you ll learn about it shortly. A container is any page element that establishes a coordinate system for positioned elements within it. The default container, and the only one Netscape Navigator 4 recognizes, is the body of the Web page. Internet Explorer versions 4 and later also support divisions inside one another, positioning the inner division relative to the top left corner of the outer division. In the same situation, Netscape 4 positions both divisions relative to the top left corner of the page. To format a division, first select it, and then choose any enabled command from the Format menu. Formatting a span is trickier, because it s not visible in Design view. The trick is this: Choose Tag Properties on the span s drop-down menu in the Quick Tag Selector. This displays the Modify Style dialog box shown in the previous chapter as Figure 21-7. Use this dialog box to set any style properties you want.
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Controlling Position in FrontPage
There are three ways to control positioning in FrontPage:
Through the Position dialog box, which adds or modifies positioning properties for
existing content
Through the Positioning toolbar, which applies absolute positioning to existing
content and modifies positioning properties.
By using the mouse to drag an object s sizing handles or the object itself.
Tip When working with positioned content, it s best to have the Standard toolbar options Show All and Show Layer Anchors enabled.
With Show All in effect, FrontPage displays a hairline box around any positioned element. With Show Layer Anchors in effect, Design view displays an anchor icon where the code for a positioned division (that is, a layer) actually resides.
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Using the Position Dialog Box
To position elements using the Position dialog box, first select the content you want to position, and then choose Position from the Format menu. The dialog box in Figure 22-1 appears.
Figure 22-1. The Position dialog box controls the same properties as the Positioning toolbar, plus wrapping style and relative positioning.
The Position dialog box provides these options:
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