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absolute positioning inside block and table positioning

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Greetings,
i have a DIV that has a display:block.
How do I put another div in it's top right corner?

Ie. I want Div2 inset on top right corner of Div1 when Div1 is set to display:block.

Thanks.
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'div' are normally "display:block".  To put another 'div' in the upper right corner, you need to use this in a 'style' or CSS:

position: absolute; top: 0; right: 0;

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ok...thanks much.  That helps....It's the little things.
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