limoges_designer — 2013-03-20T17:56:08-04:00 — #1
I am looking to find a way to have an image float over my web page - whether stationary or moving, that people can click on. Not sure if this is the right forum, so please forgive me if this is the case.
limoges_designer — 2013-03-20T18:18:29-04:00 — #2
I thought I should add more:
As you can see, I contain everything within div containers that are centred on the screen. I wanted to have a container that would position itself on the far right of the screen, and move with the screen as it 1) was made smaller, and 2) as you scroll down: I want a box with graphics in it that will always be visible on the right side of the window regardless of the window size.
Is this doable?
I am willing to have it static position vertically. Is this possible?
limoges_designer — 2013-03-20T19:28:30-04:00 — #3
Another weird thing is happening here: when you look at the menu tab Kitchens, then look at the sub-tabs: General, Example #1, Example #2, and so on, you will see the whole content shift left to right a few pixels on some tables, yet stay in the same position on other tabs. I checked EVERYTHING (at least I think I did): the picture width is the same - the only thing that changes is the picture height, and the amount of text. Not sure what's happening here.
This appears to be a Firefox problem - as well as in Chrome. But Explorer doesn't have this problem. Explorer has its own problem, but the image links (buttons) have blue lines around them: any odeas?
jacleaves — 2013-03-20T23:08:23-04:00 — #4
You should look into parallax web design. You can float objects in a 2-D fashion and have them pass over each other, travel on the page at different speeds, etc. I used that technology for our recently redesigned website: www.dynamicdzine.com
Parallax takes some time to work with and get working correctly but the results are worth it!
limoges_designer — 2013-03-22T08:02:00-04:00 — #5
How does one get that technology?
molona — 2013-03-27T09:18:59-04:00 — #6