The idea behind positioning in CSS is fairly simple. It allows you to define exactly where element boxes will appear relative to where they would ordinarily be—or position them in relation to a parent element, another element, or even to the viewport (such as the browser window) itself. With this practical guide, you’ll learn how positioning in CSS can make your work come alive.
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