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value to the
. This means it will fetch the default value for top, which is to say: find the start position of this element were it not positioned absolutely, and use that.
Which means the element starts at that point, which happens to be below
You can explicitly set a
value to line up with the
Alternatively (more difficult since it's back to square one) you could try researching other methods for columnar layout, seeing as absolutely positioning columns can end up being more pain-in-practice than effectiveness-in-control (what happens if the length of your absolutely positioned column is longer than that of the middle column that's within the regular document flow?)
Anyway, give it a go and if you feel it's best then good. Research different methods and see if you still like it best after all that too.
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