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Re: [vox-tech] webpage element positioning via coordinates


how about PHP and GD - and put it into an image[map] ?

or use a <pre> </pre> environment so that a fixed width font is used? treat 
the space as a matrix / grid, starting from 1,1 in the upper left-hand 


On Tuesday 01 August 2006 21:00, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> I'd like to position text links in an ellipse, like:
>                a
>         h              b
>      g                     c
>         f              d
>                e
> I may be adding more links, so it behooves me to use a general equation for
> the coordinates.  To keep the discussion simple, let's talk about a circle.
> Is it possible to position something using the equation:
>    <x,y> =  R * <cos(t), sin(t)>
> where
>    t = i 2\pi / n
> where n-1 is the number of text links and i runs from 0 to n?
> Is it possible to position things via coordinates like this on a web page?
> Thanks,
> Pete

Dylan Beaudette
Soils and Biogeochemistry Graduate Group
University of California at Davis
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