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CSS Position: Locate Your HTML Elements Like a Guru

From static to sticky locations

CSS Position: Locate Your HTML Elements Like a Guru
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CSS is powerful.

Sometimes, just a special CSS property is enough to do something amazing. The position property is one of the magic properties.

For example, if we have a few pictures on a page:

<div><img src="p1.jpg"></div>
<div><img…

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