Dillion Megida
Dillion Megida

Dillion Megida

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Dillion Megida

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Software Engineer and Developer Advocate | Technical Writer @TheWorld

static, relative, absolute, fixed, sticky - Understanding the difference

May 14, 20226 min read 5 views

CSS has different positions that can be applied to elements. They include static, relative,absolute, fixed, and sticky. These positions specify how an element should be positioned in a document which causes the element to behave differently. In this ...

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