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    There is anyway to calculate from above for any part of the container without @query, the idea is to position an element below the menu, and used for any screen/dimension, because if you have a screen with 1920 and you change to 1680 or low the some element goes a little down.

    Thank you.


    Maybe you can use this:

    Not sure what it exactly is what you’re trying to achieve here, but with this function you can get dimensions and position of an element.
    But it seems better to just have the element you’re trying to position, in the same context as the menu.


    Hi JeroenR,

    I understand, but what I really want, is to position an element above the menu, like body container and use it for any screen, but I belive I have found another way to do that, I have gave a body{margin-top:xxx; } and I have tested and the container above the menu stay where I want (more or less) in any resolution.


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