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I'm working on a simple JavaScript system to design t-shirts online. Bascially, I want for a user to be able to upload multiple images, resize, rotate, and move those images in a given area. Here is the site I'm working on:
http://www.serendipityhosting.net/wdev/gdorderform.php

The issue I've run into is that when I resize the 1st image added, any subsequent images get moved arund in relation to that first image size. Right now there are + and - buttons below the image area to resize the images.

Any insights as to what property I need to look at to allow each image to move and resize independantly (and eventually add rotation) would be awesome.

If there are similar projects out there that are already doing this (non-flash based) then I would love to hear abou those as well. Are there library's for this functionality, is AJAX a better method to look into?
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Well, I solved my own issue....
I feel a little dumb...but it was all about the positioning of the DIV being absolute instead of anything else, I'm sure as I go through this process I'll have more questions....

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Should I leave this question up for reference for others or delete it completely?
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