Hello! On my website help-azov.rf / test there is an orange button "Free registration ...", it has a plus before the inscription, in Chrome it stands normally, and in FF this plus flies to the top of the page, and is positioned relative to it, why so ? I put this plus through the span, I make it position: absolute with acc. coordinates relative to the parent, whom I ask position: relative, what am I doing wrong ?!

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    This problem can be solved, but it is better not to use tables instead of div - heleg

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Add an intermediate wrapper with position: relative; between the plus and the cell. Because a cell in a table cannot be a parent with position: relative.

  • Yes, strange, it seems, according to the reference book, position is applied to all elements ... - Aviko

Well, register for FF separately @ -moz-document url-prefix