Hi Stuart, hi pandion, hi all,
> "If the element has 'position: absolute', the containing block is
> established by the nearest ancestor with a 'position' other than
> 'static', in the following way...."
> The containing DIV (in this case) needs to be positioned too,
> before it can be the "containing block".
If you don't want to position the "containing block", but let it be shown in
the normal flow of the document, use
It does no harm, and it's not "static", so the absolutely positioned childs
will behave like you expect.
(please excuse my english, I know it's awful.)
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