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Visual formatting model (7818 words)
The 'position' and 'float' properties determine which of the CSS2 positioning algorithms is used to calculate the position of a box.
For relatively positioned boxes, the offsets are with respect to the outer edges of the box itself (i.e., the box is given a position in the normal flow, then offset from that position according to these properties).
Relative positioning may also be used as a general form of superscripting and subscripting except that line height is not automatically adjusted to take the positioning into consideration.
RichInStyle.com CSS2 tutorial - Positioning (1426 words)
Position: relative specifies that the element will be relatively positioned, position: absolute that it will be absolutely positioned, position: static that the element will flow normally, and position: fixed that the element will be fixed with respect to the document window or viewport.
In absolute positioning, the position of an element is specified relative to edges of a box known as a containing block.
In relative positioning, elements are moved relative to their normal position, but with subsequent elements treating them as though they were in their original position.
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