basscss-positions

    1.0.5 • Public • Published

    This module includes basic positioning utilities to alter the default document flow.

    Use positions with caution. They are often unnecessary and commonly misused.

    Use .relative to create a new stacking context.

    <div class="relative">
      <button class="btn btn-primary">Button</button>
    </div>

    Use .absolute to move elements out of the default document flow.

    <div class="relative mb4">
      <button class="btn btn-primary">Button</button>
      <div class="absolute bg-white border rounded">
        <a href="#" class="block btn">Dropdown Action</a>
        <a href="#" class="block btn">Action</a>
        <a href="#" class="block btn">Action</a>
      </div>
    </div>

    Use .fixed to position an element relative to the viewport.

    Note: fixed positioning has been disabled here for demonstration only.

    <button class="fixed btn btn-primary">
      Button
    </button>

    Note: Fixed positioning is notoriously tricky to use well and can lead to inaccessible content and unwanted side effects. Use fixed positioning with caution.

    To anchor to a particular side, use .top-0, .right-0, .bottom-0, or .left-0. Margin and padding utilities can be used to space elements apart.

    <button class="fixed top-0 right-0 m2 btn btn-primary">
      Button
    </button>

    To fill an entire width or height, use opposing directions.

    <div class="fixed top-0 left-0 right-0 p2 white bg-black">
      Fixed bar
    </div>

    To ensure the desired stacking order, use z-index utilities.

    <div class="fixed z2 top-0 left-0 right-0 p2 white bg-black">
      Fixed bar
    </div>

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    npm i basscss-positions

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    1.0.5

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