Center a Responsive Absolute Positioned
Container Within a Responsive Container
When dealing with absolute positioned div containers, it can be a little tricky centering them within their parent container is you don’t know what the width of the parent container is. This is the case with responsive design. You never know what size is being displayed. But one thing you do know is what you are telling the browser to display in the viewport based on percentages.
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This video will show you how to horizontally position a responsive absolute div container within a parent container, using a banner as the example with 3 content boxes absolutely positioned.
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