True or false?
If I want a child div-block to be positioned absolutely somewhere within the bounds of its parent div-block, the parent div-block must either be set to absolute, relative, or sticky. I have a parent div-block set to static, but when I set the child div-block to absolute and then click the top-right-position button, the child div-block skyrockets all the way to the top-right of the body. I figured the parent would contain any kind of child element regardless of the parent’s position setting. If the answer to the top statement is “true,” then what the hell? Why must a parent div-block must be set to either absolute, relative, or sticky? Should I try putting the parent div within a section, making it a child of the section?
I don’t get the logic of why this is behaving this way. Help!