> (Don't forget that, strictly speaking, "0pt" is invalid because a
> value of "0" doesn't need a unit)
>> but both Safari 4.0.4 and Firefox 3.5.6 for Mac understand that to
>> be relative to the whole table, not to the individual cell.
> Generally speaking, an absolutely-positioned element will be
> positioned in relation to its closest relatively-positioned
> ancestor. However, even adding 'position: relative' to the table
> cell doesn't fix the problem.
> In my very brief testing, it appears this is related to the table-
> cell display value, and is - hopefully - behaving according to
> spec. Changing the display to 'block' resolves that although, of
> course, this may have undesirable side-effects (and may not work in
> various IE versions).
> - Bobby
Finally, I managed to obtain what I wanted. Thanks a lot
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