Question about Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC
Have a website in which I built the navigation menu as a component. I
have made a vertically aligned flyout menu using the same method as
described in "making menus drop down and roll over" - the exception
being that it is vertical rather than horizontal. Now that component is
saved and works fine. I have placed a header on my index page, followed
by a 3 column css liquid center box. In the left static box I have
placed my navigational component. After placing the header it seems
like the layers are appearing higher on the page by whatever the height
difference of the header to the original component page is. for
instance if I place a header that is 50 pixels tall on my index page,
when viewing the page live, the remote layers appear 50 pixels higher
than they should. It seems like the layers are not dynamically
adjusting to the content above.
How can I achieve a remote rollover navigational component containing layers which appear in the correct place when used on other pages? I have absolutely no ability to code. that's the whole reason I use gui programs. so, if the answer is code based be very specific and prepared for questions from me.
Have you tried setting your layers with absolute coordinates? (x=50, y=120)
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
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