That doesn’t actually work in practice. Sounded like a good work around but the floating group element can only float relative to the page, because it is not really ‘On’ the page.
@jasonh check out this free tutorial about optimizing the RG design. What it covers you can implement into your app for your desired effect.
When you use the method in the tutorial to target your RG it will change it’s height and you can set that based on the browser window height and when doing this the orange group underneath will be automatically pushed down as the RG height increases.
You’ll need to figure out the math to calculate the settings in the CSS. There is a thread on the classify plugin used in which the topic of using the ‘calc’ function is discussed to incorporate the height of the browser and your other elements.
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