I am a novice at html, but I have found code that I've used to create placeholders for images on the right side of my page that don't move when I scroll down. I want to hyperlink each of five images in that scroll follow box to a different audio file. Each audio file corresponds to one of five explanations grouped together on the left side of the page. There are dozens of five explanation groupings and the follow box helps users remember what the terms mean by clicking a close by box when they need to.
I am stuck again and need help. I am tasked with creating a web page that displays information in a grid format. The data is static in that the user cannot change the values, but they can reorder the column and/or row order. [more inside]
Explanation for website background behaviour please?
Why & how does this websites' background
do what it does, namely travel the opposite way to the main body of the page when scrolling with a mouse wheel? [more inside]
What's causing these unruly line heights
in my web page and how do I solve it? [more inside]
Often when reading an article I notice that it sits in a slim column which doesn't seem to change width when I maximize the browser window. [more inside]