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May 03, 2021 22:00 CSS
The CSS Margin property defines the space around the element.
The CSS Margin property accepts any unit of length, percentage value, or even negative value.
Margin clears the area around the element (the outer border). Margin has no background color and is completely transparent
Margin can change the upper, bottom, left, and right margins of elements individually. You can also change all the properties at once.
Set the browser margin.
The result of this depends on the browser
|length||Define a fixed margin (using pixels, pt, em, etc.)|
|%||Defines a margin that uses a percentage|
Margin can use negative, overlapping content.