The type of positioning mechanism utilised for an element is specified by the position attribute (static, relative, absolute, fixed, or sticky).
The top, right, bottom, and left properties can all be used to position an element. Fixed placement allows an element to stay in the same place even if the page is scrolled.
The CSS position property is used to control how the element appears on the page. The element's final position is determined by the top, right, bottom, and left CSS position attributes. It's worth noting that these attributes only operate if the position property is previously set.
In CSS, the position property for all HTLM elements is set to static by default. This means that if you don't supply a different position value or if the position property isn't explicitly stated, it will be static. It follows the HTML code's order.
A worker who maintains the same stance or posture throughout an effort is said to be in static posture. Maintaining a static posture while performing a task can cause muscle tension or tiredness, as well as being a musculoskeletal risk factor.