i'm having a spot of trouble with my (limited) knowledge of CSS positioning.
the page that's giving me grief is www.onedayfilms.com/index.shtml (part of a new redesign of the site). i'd like the text links "home about..." etc to be positioned at the bottom of the header, just above the dashed border.
now, according to http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2/visure...propdef-bottom
For absolutely positioned boxes, the offsets are with respect to the box's containing block.
the text links are in a div called "navlinks", which, in turn, is contained within a div called "header". so, according to the CSS spec, shouldn't the style attributes
	position: absolute;
	bottom: 0%;
move it to the bottom of "header", as that is the "containing block" ?
at the moment, it's always moving the div down to the bottom of the browser window itself.
am i misunderstanding the issue ? is there a way around this, other than definining the absolute position in pixels from the top ?