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Units of measurement

CSS units of measurement are the tools used for specifying the sizes of elements on a web page. This includes specifying the width, height, font size, margins and padding on HTML elements.


CSS units of measurement are essentially numerical values that indicate the size or position of an HTML element. These values can be in absolute or relative units. 

Absolute units are measurements set in actual physical measurements such as inches, centimeters, pixels, or points. 

Relative units are measurements that are relative to the user’s current display resolution, monitor size, font size, or other related factors.

 Common absolute units of measurement in CSS include inches (in), centimeters (cm), pixels (px), picas (pc), and points (pt).

Common relative units of measurement include percentage (%), ems (em), and rems (rem). Using these units of measurement, a designer can create an interface that looks and behaves the same, regardless of the size of the user’s device or display.

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