Mel Smith wrote:
That's not what I mean. Any time a bunch of elements are absolutely
positioned and contain textual content the design becomes so fragile that a
simple increase of font size will cause the content to escape from those
boxes and, probably, overwrite the text in the absolutely positioned element
below. We see this here all the time.
Don't use absolute positioning unless you a) really have to and b) really
know what it does and what the ramifications are. The browser is quite
capable of laying out elements by itself as it knows much more than you do
about the client side environment, things such as font family, font size and
canvas size. By using absolute positioning you are restricting the browsers
options in laying out the page.
Ah, that's better. You have stated the real problem, not the trouble you are
having with some perceived solution.
Put each submit button in its own <p> and they will flow down the page.
Folow each submit button with a <br> and they will flow down the page.
Then look at centering the form element on the page. Centering stuff is
mentioned here all the time. Google the archives.
As dorayme said, show us what you have so far.