What is the point of adding “position: absolute;” of it will scroll with the page by default anyway?
position: absolute can be very useful to get your element in the right position, for example:
see what happens when you change position to absolute, quit a difference.
now we can make the example a bit more complicated:
as you see, position: absolute can be very useful for positioning an element at the right place
edit: jsbin doesn’t seem to output at the moment, backup links included
So basically it just moves the square to the right? Can’t you just do that with “position: right;”?
right is not a valid position,
right moves the element to the
right but it only works with position absolute, this shows one of the advantage of using absolute, you can read more about absolute here:
then can’t you just use float: right instead of absolute?
its possible, but elements interact with each other, so knowing multiply ways is better
besides, in the example i also used
bottom: 0, this can’t be done with
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