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hi everyone, i have a webpage consisting of form elements

next to each text box i have the following link:
 <A HREF="javascript:stringSelect_1_1_27_1()">
        <IMG SRC="/img/attrtable/stringselect.gif"
        ALT="Select Department"
        TITLE="Select Department"
        BORDER="0">
        </A>

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this link is appearing underneath the text box.  i would like the link to the right of the text box.  how do i achieve this?
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Question by:AxISQS
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OmniUnlimited earned 1500 total points
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If you really want to ensure that they display correctly then I would set them in containing div's like so:

Current code:

<DIV class=fb-input-box><INPUT id=_1_1_27_1 onfocus=this.blur() 
value="[LL_FormTag_1_1_27_1 /]" maxLength=254 type=text name=_1_1_27_1 
autocomplete="off" data-hint="" placeholder=""> <A 
href="javascript:stringSelect_1_1_27_1()"><IMG title="Select Department" 
border=0 alt="Select Department" src=""> </A></DIV>

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Modify it to:

<DIV class=fb-input-box style="width: 300px;"><DIV style="width: 200px; float: left;"><INPUT id=_1_1_27_1 onfocus=this.blur() 
value="[LL_FormTag_1_1_27_1 /]" maxLength=254 type=text name=_1_1_27_1 
autocomplete="off" data-hint="" placeholder=""></DIV><DIV style="width: 100px; float: left;"> <A 
href="javascript:stringSelect_1_1_27_1()"><IMG title="Select Department" 
border=0 alt="Select Department" src=""> </A></DIV></DIV><br style="clear: left;" />

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(I put the CSS inline so you could see the styles that went with each element, however you are welcome to transfer them to your CSS file if you like.  Just assign the elements the corresponding classes or id's you would need to do this.)
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by:Gary
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Set the anchor tag css to have a width:1% and display: inline-block;
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by:AxISQS
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in the text field below, what div needs those properties?  thanks

     
<div style="PADDING-BOTTOM: 10px" id="item5" class="fb-item fb-75-item-column">
        <div class="fb-grouplabel">
          <label style="DISPLAY: inline" id="item5_label_0">Division</label>
        </div>
        <div class="fb-input-box">
          <input id="_1_1_2_1" name="_1_1_2_1" maxlength="254" placeholder="" data-hint=""
          autocomplete="off" type="text" VALUE="[LL_FormTag_1_1_2_1 /]" ONFOCUS="this.blur()"/>
          <A HREF="javascript:stringSelect_1_1_2_1()">
          <IMG SRC="/img/attrtable/stringselect.gif"
          ALT="Select Division"
          TITLE="Select Division"
          BORDER="0">
          </A>
        </div>
      </div>   

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by:OmniUnlimited
ID: 39643603
To be honest with you, and not desiring to contradict our esteemed expert GaryC123, I cannot be so bold as to declare that setting that div to 1% will resolve your issue.  We do not have the image dimensions of the images you are using, and if those dimensions exceed 1% of the width, you will not obtain the results you desire.  Whereas with my solution, you can adjust the widths of the two containing divs (the ones with style="width: 200px;" and style="width: 100px;" respectively) to widths that will work for you.  Simply change the 200px and 100px to the dimensions you truly need.

One question, it appears (from how messed up the code looks) that you are using a web design program like FrontPage.  Is this the case?  Perhaps you are not too comfortable working directly in HTML and CSS?
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by:AxISQS
ID: 39644752
I tried the first suggestion by OmniUnlimited but it didn't work.  It shrunk the text box and the down arrow (link) was still underneath the text box and not to the right.

The text box should be 360px wide.  The arrow is 25px wide.

I adjusted the values but couldn't get it to look right.  Here is the entire code where I made the adjustment.  Please see the css in the first post as needed.  Thanks for your time.

         <div class="fb-grouplabel">
          <label style="DISPLAY: inline" id="item4_label_0">Department</label>
        </div>
        <div class="fb-input-box" style="width: 360px;"><DIV style="width: 25px; float: left;">
          <input id="_1_1_27_1" name="_1_1_27_1" VALUE="[LL_FormTag_1_1_27_1 /]" maxlength="254" placeholder="" data-hint="" autocomplete="off" type="text" ONFOCUS="this.blur()" />
          <A HREF="javascript:stringSelect_1_1_27_1()">
		      <IMG SRC="/img/attrtable/stringselect.gif" ALT="Select Department" TITLE="Select Department" BORDER="0"> </A>
        </div>
        </div>
        <br style="clear: left;" />    

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by:OmniUnlimited
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I'm sorry, but that was not the code I gave you.  You are missing the div wrapper around the anchor tag (the <A HREF="javascript:stringSelect_1_1_27_1()"><IMG SRC="/img/attrtable/stringselect.gif" ALT="Select Department" TITLE="Select Department" BORDER="0"> </A>) and you set the input field containing div to only 25px.

Please look at my code very carefully, and copy ALL of it EXACTLY into your code.  Otherwise, of course it will not work.
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