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CSS position element on the bottom

Posted on 2013-11-08
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How do I get the boxes that are above the slider images to position on the bottom.  See small box on this page (poetry contest) http://new.nealagency.ca/
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Question by:livewirewebsolutions
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by:Gary
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Not sure what you mean - there are no boxes above the slider.
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by:livewirewebsolutions
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There are 4 white boxes in the slider.  I have reduced the size of the far left box but I need it to bottom align where the others align.
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Gary earned 285 total points
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You would need to add
.row .span3 {
    height: 405px;
    position: relative;
}
.row .span3 .service-box {
    bottom: 0;
    position: absolute;
}

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by:livewirewebsolutions
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It worked but it pushed the boxes up about 40px.
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by:livewirewebsolutions
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i just  fixed it by increasing the height.  Is that ok?
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by:Gary
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I'd reduce the height unless you are planning to put something between them and the slider.
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Where am I reducing the height?
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by:Gary
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Maybe I'm not understanding the logic behind what you are doing.
If the boxes are all going to be the same height why do you need to make sure they are at the bottom of the container?
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by:Kyle Hamilton
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main-style.css line 659 is pushing your boxes up
.home .service-box { margin-bottom:87px; }
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