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A consistent pattern for CSS element positioning

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I spend a lot of time switching between different languages and each has a slightly different pattern for element positioning. This often creates the need to pointlessly look up the rotation pattern for each language, which is no doubt a waste of time. To overcome this, I find that using the default pattern for a language consistently is key. For example, CSS has a different pattern then XAML. However, by reusing CSS’ default pattern it […]