Layout: <div> and position

started by Camelord on Feb 23, 2005 — RSS Feed

Camelord Camelord
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Hi,
i am quiet new to Style the Page with CSS.
I read many Articels about it. None of them could answer my question: Why using position: relative;
When i just use <div> Tags, its easier to position them with position: absolute;

Is there a Case, where relative position is better?

Thx

camelord

Joe Gillespie Joe Gillespie
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In almost every case, relative is better. Absolute position makes a page solid and inflexible.

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Maskodok Eko Maskodok Eko
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You know, Sim City Societies had a lot of potential, it was a great concept that was horribly developed and lacked any kind of depth. The idea of individualize buildings functioning independently playing its role in a largely diverse and thriving city.

The new Sim City appears to be the classic Sim City gameplay we saw with SC4, combined with a far better developed version of the Societies concepts. Looking great guys, don't let us down.


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