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Every HTML element should be thought of as a box with some characteristics and attributes you can change to make your page look the way you want it to look. The most frustrating part of learning HTML and CSS is getting the basics of positioning right. The more you learn, you’ll find that there’s a pretty vast toolset that will help you overcome the limitations of absolute and relative positioning. Using linters and validators will help to conform to styling norms that make your code easier to read.