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having problem woith the div look at the photo

Posted on 2008-06-13
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o.k i have in my website a photo of user name bar and under it a password bar
so i want to put the text box exactly in the usernme bar image that i made in photoshop
so u put iti inside a div and i put the div in the fornt of the username image and i save

and when i try to open the website in internet explorer look what happens the text box   moves

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try setting the css properties for the FORM tag to margin:0; padding:0; give the form a relative position

position:relative;

then for each of the input boxes you coulr try a position:absolute; then set a top and left pixel value to position them precisely where you need to.
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no the problem with the div tag
its not where i want it to be
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