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Two Panels within one panel.  Getting them side by side rather than top and bottom

Posted on 2004-08-27
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Hello

I have one big panel called Panel1.  Withine Panel1 I have Panel2 and Panel3.  WHen I drag the panels into Panel1, Panel2 is on top of Panel3.  How can I get them side by side?

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Question by:dmontgom
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Well the ideal solution is to use CSS, and "relative" position panel2 and panel3 within Panel1.  Or you could just put them in a table if you don't care about modern standards for web design.

http://www.yourhtmlsource.com/stylesheets/csslayout.html
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use html <table> in panel 1 and then add panel2 and panel3 in the <td> of the table... or change the document mode to grid layout and then fix the positions on the page of the panels
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