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    if you place a div on the page in it’s default or static position. Then it would appear in the upper left corner. If you put position:relative on it you can then use top: and left to place it outside of it’s normal position. Why use position:relative? why not just use margins to move the box where you want so instead of

    { position:relative; top:100px; left:300px; }

    use this instead

    { margin-left:300px; margin-top:100px;

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