Difference between static and relative positioning

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What is the difference between static (default) and relative positioning in CSS?
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Static: The location of items is static by default. Nothing will be implemented if you add properties like top, bottom, right, or left. Relative: The change in position will be relevant to the initial location of that div. Fixed: The fixed property would remain in the same location even if we scrolled the page.
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