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  1. Hi there, I have a scenario where I have no option but to absolute position some elements within a div. So I set the parent to position relative, the children absolute, job done. But if I float the parent container to the right, it jumps outside its wrapper. Is there a way to stop this happening? .wrapper{} .parent{position: relative; float: right;} .child{position:absolute;} <div class="wrapper"> <div class="parent"> <div class="child"></div> <div class="child"></div> <div class="child"></div> </div> <
  2. Hey guys! I hope you can help me out with this one. It's driving me insane today! I'm trying to create a WordPress theme for my website (don't worry, this has nothing to do with WordPress and more to do with CSS!) and I'm having trouble trying to keep the main content area going if the sidebar (which is floated right) is longer. Unfortunately the site is on my PC so I can't link to it, but I can show you what I mean: As you can see the main content just stops. Here is my CSS: body, html {height: 100%;}body {margin: 0px;padding: 0px;background-attachment: fixed;background-image: url(images/M
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