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How to keep images stationary when browser window is resized.

Posted on 2013-06-18
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Hello  experts, thank you for your time. In my web page I have created my navigation which consists of four images side by side, and underneath these images is a hyperlink.

It works well however if the someone resizes their browser window, then my images and links
are moved around. For example if someone drags the right side of their browser border to the left, resizing it to a very small window, the images do not stay side by side, but instead will start getting stacked above one another.

What can I do to keep my images side by side so that they will not be moved around when the
browser window is resized?




<section>
 
 <img alt="" class="leftMostNavigationImage" id="Register" src="~/Images/Step1.png" width="50" height="50" />
<img alt="" class="leftMostNavigationImage" id="Confirm" src="~/Images/Step2.png" width="50" height="50" />
<img alt="" class="leftMostNavigationImage" id="GiveContactInfo" src="~/Images/Step3.png" width="50" height="50" />
<img alt="" class="leftMostNavigationImage" id="ReviewPage" src="~/Images/Step4.png" width="50" height="50" />
 
 
<div>
 @Html.ActionLink("Register", "Register", "Home", new {  id ="RegisterLink" })
 @Html.ActionLink("Confirm", "Confirm", "Home", new {  id ="ConfirmLink" })
 @Html.ActionLink("GiveContactInfo", "GiveContactInfo", "Home", new { id ="GiveContactInfoLink" })
 @Html.ActionLink("ReviewPage", "ReviewPage", "Home", new { @class = " id ="ReviewPageLink" })
</div>

 </section>
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Question by:brgdotnet
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OmniUnlimited earned 150 total points
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Try placing them in a containing div and fixing the width of the div like so:

<div style="width: 200;">
<img alt="" class="leftMostNavigationImage" id="Register" src="~/Images/Step1.png" width="50" height="50" />
<img alt="" class="leftMostNavigationImage" id="Confirm" src="~/Images/Step2.png" width="50" height="50" />
<img alt="" class="leftMostNavigationImage" id="GiveContactInfo" src="~/Images/Step3.png" width="50" height="50" />
<img alt="" class="leftMostNavigationImage" id="ReviewPage" src="~/Images/Step4.png" width="50" height="50" />
</div>

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by:rgranlund
rgranlund earned 150 total points
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in addition to what Omni recommended;
<style>
.image-link{
width:200px;
height:200px;
float:left;
}
</style>

<div class="image-link">
 <img alt="" class="leftMostNavigationImage" id="Register" src="~/Images/Step1.png" width="50" height="50" /><br />
 @Html.ActionLink("Register", "Register", "Home", new {  id ="RegisterLink" })
</div>

<div class="image-link">
<img alt="" class="leftMostNavigationImage" id="Confirm" src="~/Images/Step2.png" width="50" height="50" /><br />
 @Html.ActionLink("Confirm", "Confirm", "Home", new {  id ="ConfirmLink" })
</div>

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by:brgdotnet
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Thanks guys. Let me try it out and get back with you. Thanks so much.
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by:brgdotnet
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Good effore
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