Good question... I dunno what is the right answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I find an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you help..
Well sure, I'm familiar with stylesheets..
It's just the term CSS.
That I'm curious about..
Does it merely mean CSS formatting?.
(by the way, those were some pretty neat effects)..
Okay, grab your css code, open a text file, just stick it in there and save it as whatever.css.
In your page, instead of putting the css code, put.
<link REL=stylesheet HREF="/wherever/style.css" TYPE="text/css">..
CSS positioning means using an external or internal style sheet or inline style tags to position elements on a webpage..
The advantages are that very precise positioning is possible and you can stack elements on top of each other using z-indexing and throw in java scripting for DHTML effects..
Think of the browser window as a series of pixels (which it is) starting in the top left corner, that is position left: 0px; top : 0px;.
Browsers start at the top left corner and work from there, like reading English, left to right top to bottom..
Oh sorry aslefo... I thought you said 'css pointing'.
Thanks for opening my eyes kevin..
Then we got that sorted out..
Thank's, guess I have some catching up to do...