3 year(s) ago
Yes - simply change the position:fixed; to position:absolute; for the #index in your style.css
This will simply mean that the index will be moving along with the rest of the content.
great!! i don't know what would i do with all of you! thanks!
I have done it, but it doesn't work... i've used position:relative; for the #index but nothing happened.... any idea? I have even tried changing it in the base.css but same results... by the way, i didn't find position:fixed, so i have to write position:absolute for the #index
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it displaces content of #exhibit ...
It was displacing the content of #exhibit because #exhibit needed a position:absolute to be on the top... i think i've done it correctly...
don't know why it was not working at the beginning... so i write again all css looking where was the error, but i didn't find any... but now is working! thanks for your patience!