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How to position something (e.g. table) in a background in a fixed postion;
when we resize the window it won't leave it's position.
what I want to have is a table to be fixed at the same position with respect to the background no matter the size of the window
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Make the whole page one big table with all the page elements in cells. Fis the cell size in terms of pixels, not percentage of window.
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