CSS: reordering positions without pixel values

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Is it possible to reorder the flow of the elements without using exact
pixel values in CSS? For example to say that this element is "under" or
"after" that element.

I think I can better explain with an example:
the following html:
<div id="one">text one<br></div>
<div id="two">text two<br></div>

And to have it printed out:
text two
text one


Re: CSS: reordering positions without pixel values

Jon Berg wrote:
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Not currently. The CSS3 proposal provides support [1] for this kind of
thing, but AFAICT, no current browsers actually implement it.

[1] http://www.w3.org/TR/2003/WD-css3-content-20030514/#move-to

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