Relative and Absolute Positioning8:14 with Anwar Montasir
The position property in CSS sets how an element is positioned in a document. All HTML elements have a position value of static by default, which means positioning is determined by the normal flow of content in the HTML document. In other words, if you have a heading with a paragraph beneath it, and a bulleted list below that paragraph, that’s exactly the order the content will appear in the browser. But what other options do we have for positioning content?
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