Can anyone please offer me some advice on this.
- I have a <div> - position:relative.
- Inside I have a child <form> which is - position:absolute
Because the <form> is "position:absolute", I have to give the height of the parent "position:relative". Which works fine if the height were to be static:
The problem is I want to account for form errors and I want to have it processed via Ajax. I plan to have each error highlighted below the respective form field and as such the <form> will then appear "break out" of the containing static height div.
I've tried "float:left" on the <form> too and then then placed some test text below it and placed a "clear:left". That almost worked until I checked IE:
Can anyone please offer any suggestions?
Thanks in advance...