Welcome to my blog post from my nineteenth day of class!
Describe one thing you learned this week.
Is there any reason you’d want to use translate() instead of absolute positioning, or vice-versa? And why?
Absolute positioned elements stick to pixel positions, whereas traslate()’d elements can interpolate at sub-pixel positions.
Can you explain the concept of a CSS float and provide an example of its usage?
The float property is used for positioning and formatting content e.g. let an image float left to the text in a container.
The float property can have one of the following values:
- left — The element floats to the left of its container
- right — The element floats to the right of its container
- none — The element does not float (will be displayed just where it occurs in the text). This is default
- inherit — The element inherits the float value of its parent
In its simplest use, the float property can be used to wrap text around images.