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    Help!!

    Hi i need to do this exercise:

    Use CSS instead. You can make it with <STYLE>, class or id references and position:absolute;
    You might get problem with diferent browsers and you will need a reference manual to find the STYLE-attrbutes you need.

    The page looks like this:


    PICTURE (left side)
    NAME (right side)
    TEXT (right side)
    LINK (right side)

    Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Posting Rule 1.5
    No homework assignments - Do not post your entire homework assignment and request that other members do it for you. This is considered cheating, and your thread may even be used by your school to prove your guilt. Now, you may ask for advice or help on a specific aspect of your assignment that you're having trouble with. Use common sense as far as what's acceptable in terms of soliciting help with homework assignments.
    You should at least post your progress, what part of the assignment you have difficulty with, and, next time, use a more descriptive thread title.
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    Homework

    This forum does not exist for doing your homework for you.

    Show us you've made an effort solving it, and if you encounter a problem there, show us the code and explain the specific problem, and we might help you. But don't expect us to just give you the code for your assignments. You're supposed to learn something from doing them, remember? You won't learn how to solve it yourself if you ask people to solve it for you.

    Also, you really should use a topic that explains the problem, rather than "Help!!". See our posting guidelines, specifically #2.
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