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  • Position: Relative, Absolute, Fixed, Static, Inherit. Absolutely positioned elements will display as they relate to Relatively positioned elements. Fixed elements will display outside of all elements.
  • Vertical Position: Top, Bottom. Places the object in the vertical starting point – the distance is then controlled with the values below.
  • Horizontal Position: Left, Right. Places the object in the horizontal starting point – the distance is then controlled with the values below.
  • Vertical in %. This switches the position controls below into percentage instead of pixels (only available in Pro version).
  • Horizontal in %. This switches the position controls below into percentage instead of pixels (only available in Pro version).
  • Vertical Value & Horizontal Value. The pixel distance from the vertical and horizontal positions selected. If percentages are selected then that will replace the pixel measurement and the % will show in place of px.
  • Z Index. The Z plane value, which is an arbitrary value only weighted according to other Z Indexes and controls the distance above/below other absolutely or fixed elements.
  • Control Size. Width and Height are inherited by default, though you can control these further by selecting the checkbox as shown on the right.
  • Width/Height in percentages. These options will open a new number field for you to place your desired percentage width or height – this option will also override the pixel measurements below them (only available in Pro version).
  • Width & Height. These are pixel values for the element and only work if the Control Size option is selected.
  • Force Vertical/Horizonal Center. This option will only work on page load (not when window is resized). The option will force an Fixed or Absolute position element to center perfect either vertically, horizontally, or both (only available in Pro version).
  • Hide on click. This option will remove the element the moment it is clicked. You can still place a link and it will load before the element is removed (only available in Pro version).

Changelog

v2.0.1 (July 24, 2014)

  • Improved edit mode UI
  • New project file added to demonstration the pro version better

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New Release: Kirkland Law Project File

Thanks to user feedback we are continually updating and improving the Deluxe stack framework! macOS Mojave 10.14 is no longer a requirement to use our projects. Support has been tested back to macOS Sierra 10.12. The included php mail forms have also been updated for easier setup and use.

Check out our newest project using some of the latest features. Kirkland Law is a professional service based design project built with the included and ever improving Deluxe stacks. Use this completed project by simply swapping in your own text, images, and branding. Add your own pages and use any 3rd-party stacks you need.

 

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