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div layers: absolute relative -- and growing?

i have 2 problems with designing a rather big CSS driven site template:

* how do i create absolute layers (DIV), that are positioned relative to
each other?

meaning: how can i create absolute positioned layers that would "grow"
if the content grows, moving the other DIVs also?

thanks,
matthias
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Jul 20 '05 #1
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matthias tarasiewicz wrote:

meaning: how can i create absolute positioned layers that would "grow"
if the content grows, moving the other DIVs also?


specify their dimensions in em units, so it will expand/contract
according to the user's chosen font-size. Is that what you meant?

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Jul 20 '05 #2
matthias tarasiewicz wrote:

how can i create absolute positioned layers that would "grow"
if the content grows, moving the other DIVs also?


You are asking for a solution when you haven't really defined the
problem. Perhaps absolute positioning isn't necessary at all. It's
hard to tell without more details. What are you trying to accomplish?

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