position type of an element defines how it is
positioned within its parent.
RELATIVE (DEFAULT) By default an element is positioned
relatively. This means an element is positioned according to the
normal flow of the layout, and then offset relative to that position
based on the values of
The offset does not affect the position of any sibling or parent elements.
ABSOLUTE When positioned absolutely an element doesn't take
part in the normal layout flow. It is instead laid out independent
of its siblings. The position is determined based on the
The position values
differently depending on the
position type of the element. For
relative element they offset the position of the element in the
direction specified. For
absolute element though these properties
specify the offset of the element's side from the same side on the parent.