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The default value, static , places elements according to the natural order in which they
occur in a document, and related top , right , left , and bottom properties do not relate.
#region1 {position: relative; left: 190px; top: 30px;}
#region2 {position: absolute; left: 120px; top: 50px;}
#left {position: absolute; bottom: 10; right: 500px;}
#norm {position: static;}
#navbar {position:fixed; left: 0; top: 0;}
CSS 2, 3 IE 4-6 (partial), IE 7+ Netscape 4-4.8 (partial),
Netscape 6+, Firefox 1+
Opera 5+, Safari 1+
• Fixed regions can be useful for pegging navigation elements onscreen to avoid
needless scrolling.
• The fixed position value was not supported in Internet Explorer 6 without
JavaScript or odd CSS hacking. This significant problem was addressed in IE 7+.
This property defines the style of quotation marks to be used with embedded quotations.
quotes: quote-pair1 ... quote-pairN | none | inherit
where each quote-pair is a set of two strings, the first for the open quote value and the
second for the close quote value. Having more than one quote-pair allows developers to
specify different quote symbols for each level of nesting. A value of none produces no
quotation marks.
blockquote {quotes : '<' '>';}
q {quotes: none;}
p.example q {quotes: '[' ']' '<' '>';}
/* the final rule would address
nested q tags like below */
<p class='example'> Hey <q> You can <q> quote </q> me </q> on this. </p>
CSS 2, 3
IE 8+
Netscape 6+, Firefox 1+
Opera 7+, Safari 1+
• Be careful with the implicit application or not of quotes for q elements.
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