CSS Position properties explained

There are 5 types of CSS position properties. They are: Absolute: To place an element exactly where you want to place it. The absolute position is actually set relative to the element's parent. If no parent is available then the relative place... Read More

What do the following CSS selectors mean?

div, p div p div ~ p div + p div > p The meaning of the given list of selectors goes as follows: div, p: This selector implies selecting all div elements and all p elements. Consider an example below: <h1>Heading 1</h1> <div>... Read More

How do you specify units in the CSS?

There are different ways to specify units in CSS like px, em, pt, and percentage (%). px(Pixel) gives fine-grained control and maintains alignment because 1 px or multiple of 1 px is guaranteed to look sharp. px is not cascade. em maintains relative... Read More

What is a Z-Index, how does it function?

z-index is used for specifying the vertical stacking of the overlapping elements that occur at the time of its positioning. It specifies the vertical stack order of the elements positioned that helps to define how the display of elements should... Read More

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