The fixed value of the position property means that the element will always be displayed in the same location within the browser, with the location being determined by top, bottom, left, or right properties. As an example, you will see a red ball 50 pixels from the top of the browser. As you scroll down the page, that red ball stays in the same place. The code for this is:
The HTML code,
renders the image you see that is 50px from the top of the browser and 650px from the left of the browser. Please notice that as you scroll up and down and page, the red ball stays in the same place.
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