Dreamweaver Tutorial – Floating Div Tags in Dreamweaver cs4

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25 Responses to “Dreamweaver Tutorial – Floating Div Tags in Dreamweaver cs4”

  1. playa4thee Says:

    @jhood7891 Just watch it, re-watch it & then watch it again as you play with Dreamweaver & you will get it! Good luck!

  2. playa4thee Says:

    You The MAN!!! I had been searching, reading and looking for a way to do this & you showed me the way! Thanks 4 taking the time to do this! Awesome Video!

  3. irishfaithful1 Says:

    nointey noine cents at outback steakhouse. lol

  4. BikeMadBrit Says:

    hi guys im really stuck on something
    ive looked and played with dw all day and i just can do this and its just pissing me off big time
    all i want to do it to be able to put pictures onto the design display where i want to put it without disturbing the other pictures next to it ie layers effect sort of thing.
    some one please please please answer to this and just tell me how i can just drag the damn pic onto the location where i want it and no pissing about theman68@hotmail.co.uk thanks every1

  5. crhobbs42 Says:

    Holly crap man, you totally saved me in a crunch! Totally lovin on the div tags now! Thanks a million!

  6. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @dinglenutzz im so gutted about that! ive been crying for the last 6 hours in depression. boo hoo ..

  7. nokhazali Says:

    website visit for dreamweaver cs5 step by step free tutorials

    dreamweavercstutorials.co.cc

  8. sabre0 Says:

    What software package did you use to create this video? It looks really good and I need to do something similar.

    S

  9. tamaraelphick Says:

    Hellooo @DreamWeaverTutorial was wondering if you could help…

    I’ve created my webpage and want to centre it but haven’t placed everything on๏ปฟ each page in 1 div, all my images and text etc are in separate divs. Do i have to transfer them into one div? how would i do this? or is there an another way?!

    pleaseeeeeeeee help me!!

    thanks x

  10. vaxter510 Says:

    It’s a good tutorial but it seems a bit difficult to follow with the webpage you use as an example. A clean layout with solid color objects would help beginners understand better what’s going on.

  11. scud69er Says:

    I’m currently learning dreamweaver and this tutorial was great, cleared up a couple of problems I was having.

    Thanks alot!

  12. mj5495 Says:

    Very nice vid…tnx for the info
    sorry but what would have happended if you floated one on the right and other on the left? Why float them both on the left?

  13. monkeymack2 Says:

    @DreamWeaverTutorial

    Brilliant, Thanks!!

  14. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @monkeymack2 that will center all of your content into the middle of any computer screen.

  15. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @monkeymack2 hi yes you can place all of your content into a containing div and set auto margins in the CSS. so for instance if you have a div called wrapper and all the content is inside this div you can set the CSS like this:

    #wrapper {
    margin-left:auto;
    margin-right:auto;
    }

    – James

  16. monkeymack2 Says:

    Hi,

    @DreamWeaverTutorial

    Am new to div tags…

    I have a relitavely normal sized computer screen and inserted a div tag with a margin from left of 250 on my screen…. When viewed on my brothers screen (27″) it appeared way to the left. I understand why this happened I just need to know if there is any way of stopping it from going way out on bigger screens.

    Thanks!

  17. babylonkid Says:

    yup. no clue what your doing. no explanation of any thing.

  18. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @toplinkseo Glad you liked it but who is shawn? lol

  19. toplinkseo Says:

    thanx shawn… i m very new to dreamweaver and web development stuff,,and it took me a month finding out a right tutorial to get divs align side by side,,,thanx

  20. beatboxsimchayaffa Says:

    wow ๐Ÿ™‚

  21. lazarusjoseph14 Says:

    hi there first of all big thanks for your Tutorial i could able to create a website for an NGO only b’coz of your Tutos but unfortunately today i couldnt able to open your website in my browser can you fix if for me….

  22. coolkids374 Says:

    How did you make that website??????

  23. themonster36 Says:

    is there a way to do this withouy messin with the codes?

  24. 02javis Says:

    @DreamWeaverTutorial
    I found it thanks!

  25. TheKillerbeat Says:

    thanks, Finally managed the layout my site correctly ๐Ÿ™‚

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