Position Relative vs Absolute

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When it comes to CSS, what's the difference between position: relative and position: absolute? When should you use them?
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position: relative moves an element relative to its current position without affecting the layout around it, whereas position: absolute moves an element relative to its current location. position: absolute moves an element relative to its parent's position, altering the layout.

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