do I need absolute or relative positioning?
I'm trying to make an image overlap another with a bit of a negative margin. To see what I mean click here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/52660004@N02/4857716644/. Here is the code I have so far, but it's obviously not right because there is a huge gap...
I've tried absolute positioning but that just made it relative to the entire browser window, and I've tried using floats, but the content still tried to wrap around the image--I don't want the content to even know that the image is there...
<img src="/images/Logo-Swirly2.png" style="position:relative; left: -160px;">
<?php the_content(); ?> //this just gets the content (including images) from the database
Hello, position absolute is relative to the last element that used a position relative or position absolute attribute. In other words, to make your image move to the desired position you will have to give an element a "position: relative" attribute. I can see from the screen-shot that you use a title. I'd suggest you use that as a reference point and give the element containing the title the "position: relative" attribute. I hope this solves your problem.
If you post the HTML and CSS it will be must easier to help you.
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