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    New Coder futureproof's Avatar
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    Advanced Image hovering. Merging #div's

    Hey guys n' gals,

    I'm fairly new to CSS, but up until this point I haven't had any problems integrating and coding my ideas through it. I've tried to find a solution to this problem on the web but to no avail.

    Basically I have a gallery website with content in the middle. it looks like this:

    #Side A | #Side B

    Side A contains a graphic and Side B contains thumbnail images. I had the idea of hovering over the thumbnails in Side B so the floating image would replace the dimensions or cover Side A.

    The problem is when the image hovers over Side A, it doesn't replace the properties of #Side A. It merely hovers over Side A. This means that the dimensions don't take side A into consideration. If the monitor resolution increases/decreases, if the browser size increases/decreases, the hovering image from Side B does not align over-top of Side A.

    Side B thumbnail floats in the exact same spot/size, while the CSS style and html increase/decrease according to the resolution and properties of the screen.

    Is there any way to replace the hovering contents of Side B over into the contents of Side A so it automatically re-sizes to the specified dimensions of side A?

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    post the code you are currently using if you can please, but yes its possible

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    Please don't double-post your threads...
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    It's usually a good idea to start out with this at the VERY TOP of your CSS: * {border:0;margin:0;padding:0;}
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