Originally Posted by utnalove
So if I understand well it works like this:
if I put absolute and it's inside a relative, it will be positioned according to the relative position.
If there is not a relative in the upper level of the absolute, it will be positioned according to the top/left/bottom/right of the page/site or maybe body?
Did I understand it correctly?
When used with position:relative the position:absolute allows you to position something that will stay in the same position relative to that content (useful for when you want something to always overlay something else in the same way - as you do with your image).