help with arranging a menu using css
I'm using css to re-arrange my page to create a basic layout. I need a way to get my menu to stay on the left while the main content is filling in the rest of the page. I tried using the float command, but that won't work as only one will sit on the left of the page and the rest will float to the left of that!
Is there a way to use css to sort this out?
Here's the link to the site and the css sheet below:
Last edited by danz321; 10-27-2008 at 09:16 AM.
Float would work.
Explain: "as only one will sit on the left of the page"
the top menu image will sit on the left of the page underneath the banner, but when i float all of the other menu images to the left, they will sit to the left of the top menu button.
the problem is that without using the "float" command, i can get the menu looking how i want, but as soon as i had any content to the page it'll start breaking up the menu as ill be adding text to the end of the bullet point field after the image. this would be easy to fix using tables, but i'd like to know how to do it with css, if possible!
Can you show the document with the problem layout?
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