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  • Is this site using fixed positioning or Javascript?

    http://www.yodelay.com/internet-marketing-consultancy

    I assume first of all the background image is set to fixed?

    I am particularly interested in the 'our services' box on the right and the 'tweet' box on the left. When you load the screen these boxes appear to be in a normal position, however when you scroll down, the images do not move from the top of the browser.

    I know fixed positioning works so an image is for instance always 50px from the left of the page and 50px from the top of the page and no matter how you scroll, it will always be there....... However these boxes start in a lower position and then remain high... Is this fixed positioning? If so, how do I do it?

    Or is it Javascript? (Which I am slowly learning at the mo as a lot more to take in then CSS & HTML).

    Thanks

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    You should really download and learn to use Firebug for Firefox, and then you can decipher code like this yourself. It's a great free tool.

    But yes position fixed can do this alone.
    Teed

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    • #3
      Firebug.... OK. Done

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