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    Slink2
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    Hey Everyone,

    Firstly here’s the webpage in question – Sam.47north.org

    (excuse the expletives on the page, they’re temporary)

    As you probably noticed right when you visited, i’ve designed the webpage around the wrong resolution for most browsers (not 1024×768), which causes the elements on my page to be placed in all the wrong places… As of now I’ve gone through each element and placed it with a bottom:/top:/left:/right:/ CSS cmd, and am just wondering if there was a better/more robust way of placing objects and ensuring that they will remain in the same place regardless of browser size and resolution?

    also, is there a better way to achieve the overlapping .box element look rather than literally creating a box element and placing it behind another with z-index?

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