Got a tough layout or design issue for your page you want us to take a look at? Want a quick solution? Then I suggest you follow these recommendations to help speed up any issues you have:
2) Attach an image of what you would like it to look like. So you have a link to the way a page is currently and now you need to add an image to show us what you want it to look like. This doesn't have to be ultra "pretty". Take a screenshot of your existing page, cut out elements and drag them to where you want it to be. Draw on top of the graphic even. Draw an arrow right at that rogue space popping up or element in the wrong spot.
3) Give a brief correctly spelled and grammar correct intro to what problems you are having. In HTML and CSS there are many many ways of doing the same thing and some ways are better than others for a certain scenario. Try to explain your intentions behind the design change so we can get an idea of potential problems you may face later. Are you looking to implement jQuery later? Are you wanting to be 100% compliant with W3C standards? Which browsers have you tried?
By following these simple rules you can help us greatly. Normally we say to people on our board to "show your code" but in HTML/CSS it typically helps more if you can give us access to the page itself. This is because while you may be struggling with a div and its position using a CSS style, the reason it won't work is because it is being effected by a class CSS style you have for the page or higher level element. In other words, you may not being seeing the bigger picture and just need fresh eyes to see it.
I hope this helps us get to your questions faster and provide better answers. Thanks!
This post has been edited by Martyr2: 18 September 2011 - 09:20 AM