Anyway, there still doesn’t appear to be a general solution to this problem but some of the solutions posted here and in the linked question may work for specific cases. Exactly where you want them to be. Explicitly marked as non-normative, examples, and notes. I used a “shadow” element to occupy the navigation bar’s links’ space and added it at the end of the container’s child nodes. Setting one box offset property, such as.
Understanding css positioning part 1
Advice is really silly, because the whole float thing kind of loses point with absolute positions. Edges, similarly to a fixed position element. Where the grey part is the designated space.