Pseudo Classes & Elements
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CSS - top
The top property defines an offset of the top edge of an absolutely positioned element from the top edge of its
positioning context, or the vertical distance which a relatively positioned element will be displaced.
- length: A fixed distance from the top of the positioning context.
- percent: Some percentage of the height of the positioning context, assuming that the height of the context has been set explicitly. If not, then a percentage value for top is treated as though it were auto.
- auto: Default. Lets the browser calculate the top position.
All the HTML positioned element.
Here is the example which shows effect of this property:
<p style="position:absolute; top:100px;">
This line will be positioned 100px below from the
top edge of this window.
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