CSS is Visual Representation of the web content. CSS3 training for WordPress is part of our Three Months Absolutely Free WordPress training under WP Spartans Mission 300. This is Part 3 and Task 36.
In this Task 36, we explored well known CSS property i.e. Position. In this tutorial, we created three divs (GrandParentDiv , Parent DIV and ChildDIV). In this family, we applied different styles and discussed:
1) Static, Fixed/ Sticky, Absoulte Vs Relative Position in CSS, and initial/ inherit position.
2) We also talked about top/bottom/right/ left position values.
Finally, we talked about background property and discussed:
1) How to apply background image in html div or web page and size it properly.
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