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CSS positionnement statique et relative - Éducation Web Community Group Introduction In this Web Standards Curriculum article I’ll start looking in depth at how you can use CSS to position HTML elements wherever you want on the page, using the position CSS property and some related properties. The position property in CSS has four legal values (in addition to the ubiquitous inherit): static, relative, absolute and fixed. The main element Recently, <main> was formally added to the W3C HTML specification. Now that the dust has settled, it’s about time we dive in to find out where and when it’s appropriate to use <main>. Let’s get started. History The inclusion of a main element (or similar) has long been debated in the working groups with authors and others often questioning why we had new elements such as <header>, <article>, and <footer> but no element to accurately describe the primary content of a page.
CSS absolute and fixed positioning - Web Education Community Group Introduction Now it’s time to turn your attention to the second pair of position property values—absolute and fixed. The first pair of values—static and relative—are closely related, and we looked into those in great detail in the last article. Absolutely positioned elements are removed entirely from the document flow. The History of HTML5 Thank you for subscribing. We sent an email, please click the link to complete Tell your story visually before December 31st and get a free iPad Air! Right Click Logo to Show Logo Download Options I was on the Invision website the other day and I wanted to snag their logo for some reason or another. Sometimes you can have better luck doing that (like when you happily discover it's SVG) than you can Google Image Searching or even regular web searching for something like "Invision Logo" and loping to find some kind of branding page with a logo kit download. So I right-clicked their logo, hoping to "inspect" it with the DevTools and check it out. Rather than showing me a context menu, it triggered a modal: I was pleasantly surprised, because that's exactly what I wanted.