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Fixed Position in IE7 - Part One

By: John Gallant, Holly Bergevin, on Monday, November 20, 2006
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Primary Category: CSSWhile many people have heard of fixed positioning, very few have ever used it because, until IE7 arrived, no IE/Win version supported it. Now we have an IE version that does support fixed positioning, and soon it will be prevalent enough in the userbase to consider this CSS feature for real world commercial sites.

Join us as we explore what fixed positioning is and what it can do for you. We'll get into all the dirty details one step at a time as we progress through the series, and by the end you will have a decent grasp of the subject. Just think, you'll be ready to authoritatively answer any probing questions a future client may have about this new 'fixed' stuff they've been hearing about.

Here we go...

The Fixed Position in IE7 Series:
Fixed Position in IE7 - Part One
Fixed Position in IE7 - Part Two
Fixed Position in IE7 - Part Three: Fixed Position and Older IE Versions
Fixed Position in IE7 - Part Four: Fixed Popups!
Fixed Position in IE7 - Part Five: Fixed Popups from Flowed Elements
Fixed Position in IE7 - Part Six: Tricky Popups!
Fixed Position in IE7 - Part Seven: A Hovered Fallback
Fixed Position in IE7 - Part Eight: Making Allowances for IE6

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