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Div is sometimes positioning over another. I don't want this.

Hello,

I have multiple divs representing my team in site raccoonbox.com. For some reason the divs jump over each other from time to time. I can't find the issue. Please help me.

If you don't see the problem try typing raccoonbox.com in your browser till you get the overlapping.

Please see the attached image https://ibb.co/icRaS5

Yes exactly! Relative position should fix your problem if it doesn't comment back.

1 Answer

Ethan Roode
Ethan Roode
6,674 Points

Changing the position to relative should work opposite to absolute.