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DDStudios says

Hi guys , today I’ll start coding my theme Ambition and I wonder what would be the best way to code the layout :

http://s3.envato.com/files/203462/ThemePreview/002_Home.jpg

How would you do it ? Does the right collumn need to be positionned absolute so the the laptop goes to the right place ?

My CSS Skills are not top notch so I would like to hear from you guys to know what would be the best approach to take .. also I would like to hear about this page too because I think it may play a role in the way the homepage will be coded

: http://s3.envato.com/files/203462/ThemePreview/003_about.jpg

Thanks guys !!

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Raspo says

What about negative margin-top for the sidebar?

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Hy-Studio says

I’d recommend using float properties, this can be very handy in this kind of template ;)

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HaziqMir says

depends on your HTML . Show me the basic structure and maybe i can help. :)

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DDStudios says

Ok guys I think I can handle it :) Thanks !

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fillerspace says

I’d go with nested tables and spacer gifs! ;-)

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Ivor Envato team says
Ok guys I think I can handle it :) Thanks !

Skype me Dude .-

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DDStudios says
Ok guys I think I can handle it :) Thanks !
Skype me Dude .-

You skype my , I deleted almost all my contact this morning and I dont remember what was yours :)

edit Ok I found you :)

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al_m473 says

DDstudios,

take a look at the last (?) video tutorial that Jeffrey did on a PSD to HTML project?

in that project, there was a iphone image that was absolutely positioned and then I believe he used margin to move the following content down.

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Ivor Envato team says

There’s no need of absolute positioning.

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