Q: What is the default value of the position property?
Correct Answer is C) static
The default value of the position property in CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is “static”. The “static” value means that an element is not positioned and will flow into the document as it normally would. The other possible values for the position property include “relative”, “fixed”, “absolute”, and “sticky”. These values allow you to control the positioning of an element relative to its parent container or the viewport, and they are used to create different types of layouts and effects on web pages.