I have to posion a DIV at the bottom of the html page. (Servers are running IIS and I need to put common code onto thousands of them. I figured using the IIS Footer Method would work, but I would like the content to be placed at the top of the page.
Is there a way to position the DIV at the top of the page so that anything else is "pushed" down (no overlap)? Or is there a better way to force this "top bar" onto thousands of pages at the server level?
Altneratively, is there a way I can force the div to be at the very bottom of the window (not just the bottom of the code) to emulate a bottom frame?
Last edited by afail; 01-03-2006 at 02:20 PM.
I'm having a really hard time trying to understand what you mean. Can you try to explain exactly what you want? Maybe provide some examples.
Ok, try this code out
I need the div to appear at the top of the page, but I need to append the actual code as a footer on each page (using IIS). IIS does not allow you to place a header of every page. If there is another way to append this header onto every page without manual editing, I can use that.
If it is not possible to place the code at the top of the pages, I can put it at the bottom. But if it is on the bottom, is there anyway to ensure that it is positions at the bottom of the users screen?
Sound like you could use css - and give the divisions
unique identifiers to utilize it. [Here, I used a class=
instead of id= since you'll have many pages w/ the same...]
I don't know how to use IIS, but can you just call the tag
div class="top" as the one to take the data?
You'd set the container div for the width you want -
can set height, too as long as the content won't overflow it.
That means you could then set widths and heights for
the divs inside of it - and remember that margins will keep
elements next to each other vt. [margin:0 auto; if centered]
or add space between them.
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