In this freeCodeCamp lesson from the Applied Visual Design section we look at the setting the "position" of an element. We learn that all of our html elements are treated like a box by CSS and there are such things as block level elements and inline. Block level elements will always start on a new line while inline elements dont have to start on a new line. Some block level elements are divs and paragraphs while some inline elements are spans or images. We then learn that there is a normal flow that everything follows and the "position" attribute allows us to give it different values. In this lesson we give the position property a value of "relative" and specify a "top" attribute which takes a value of 15px. This will move our element 15px away from the top where the normal flow would be.