left property is used to set the horizontal position on elements that have the position set to
sticky. It has no effect on elements that are not positioned.
If the element’s position is set to
left property sets the left edge of the element to a numerical unit to the left of the left edge of its nearest positioned ancestor. If the element’s position is set to
left property sets the element’s left edge to move ight or left its normal position. If the element’s position is set to
left property behaves like
position:relative when it is inside the viewport and like
position:fixed when it is outside the viewport. If the element’s position is set to
left property has no effect.
Default value. The browser calculates the left edge position.
A positive or negative value that sets the left edge position in px, em, or other length units.
A positive or negative value that sets the left edge position in percentage of the containing element.
Sets the property to its default value.
Inherits this property’s value from its parent item.
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