In addition to absolute positioning, you can use relative positioning. When you use relative positioning, elements are positioned relative to the location they would have had in the normal flow of elements in the Web browser.
To position items in a relative way, you set the position property to relative. You can also set the other properties to indicate the new relative position. In this example, I'm moving some text—the word Verus—up 5 pixels from the normal position at which the browser would place this text with a new element, <SUP>. I'm using a STYLE attribute to set the relative position:
<?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> <?xml-stylesheet type="text/css" href="ch09_02.css"?> <DOCUMENT> <TITLE>The ...