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    Hi guys I have a problem

    I have a centered layout with a navigation bar in it, in the navigation I have the logo which is the home link and to the right side the navigation links, they are both floated to the left because I need them to be in the same line, but the problem is that when I make the window smaller the navigation bar colapses to fit into the window and I don’t want that I want it to stay the way it is acording to the container width but when I assign a position to the elements the logo and the nav links they become block level and each one take a different line and when I give them an inline display the whole interface cracks.

    I hope you can help me, and do you know anny positioning tutorial an indepth one
    cause I can’t get my head around it


    use min-width


    Take a look at my tutorial on absolute positioning. May help with what you’re looking to do. I use absolute positioning alot for placing logos and navigation in the header of a site.


    right , dude show us your code


    hey thanks everybody I solved it! this is the website that I’m working on


    Most of the developers made mistake like this, its not an big issue just use


    to the css and check using firebug

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