The position property defines how an element will be positioned on a page - relative to it's position in the XHTML or relative to the top left corner of the browser window.
position in CSS Versions:
position: static | relative | absolute | fixed | inherit
A normal box, subject to the normal flow.
Box is in normal flow, offset relative to its normal position.
The box is placed in an absolute location relative to the container block.
The box is placed in an absolute location relative to some reference point.
The element should have the same position value as the parent element.
position Initial Value:
position Applies To:
This property is not inherited.
position Browser Support:
position Media Type:
Standard position property
<p style="position:relative; top:5px;"> This paragraph is 5 pixels offset from the top of where it would normally display. </p>