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Posted on 2011-03-25
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My site needs a complete redesign but in the mean time i want to make a few minor tweaks, the first of which being the addition of a facebook Like box/button.

I have added the iframe code but it has shunted down my navigation bar.

Unmodified header: http://www.tickett.net/html/portfolio/clubbing.php
Modified header: http://www.tickett.net/html/index.php

Can anymore help me fix the css/html?

Thanks
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by:JosefVerner
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Use absolute positioning for the Like it button.
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by:tickett
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Sorry it's been a while could you be a bit more specific?

I simply added style="position:absolute;" to the <div> containing the like button and logo but it didn't change anything.
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JosefVerner earned 250 total points
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add to the #heading:
#heading {
      position: relative:
}

also you must reduce the top margins of your navigation elements:
#nr, #nl and #navigate

Set them all to 0px
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by:tickett
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Brilliant- thanks!
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