The position property allows you to move elements relative to: their current place in the document (relative), a parent element (absolute), or the viewport (fixed). Here we’ll be covering relative position.
Relative-positioned elements are positioned relative to their normal position. Increasing or decreasing the positioning values will move the element, but the surrounding elements will continue to interact with the element’s original place in the document, as if it hadn’t moved at all.
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