i've got two questions :
1. is it possible to have a good div positionning relative to an object of my page ? (the problem there is that when i use position: relative with 2 or more layers following, their content is took into account and the positionning is not from relative to the same location of the page for each of them)
2. it is possible to have "inline" divs which contains <br /> and tables (so they contains lines breaks). I use positionning for 2 or more divs followings. When i put display: inline or i replace <div by <span those line breaks are took into account and the positionning is not from the same line for all of them. I would have those divs like pictures in which i can put what i want
2. i can't do that.
Explanation : i want to put dynamically "bubbles" of contents on a chronological plank, i calculate the spacing between bubbles, if they are superimposed i put the bubble down, else i let it on the same line
without any line breaks, there is no problem, i can have :
but with line breaks, the alignment of next bubbles is based on the bottom of the previous one (and incidentally absolutely breaks div contents, i don't understand why)
on the picture below, you can see what i get (all bubbles are directly followings)