CSS provides a large number of style properties to give a web designer almost total control over the appearance and position of elements on a page. Many of these CSS properties are described in this week's lecture and reading assignment, and a complete list is in Appendix B of the textbook. Choose one CSS property that interests you, and explain what it represents, what its possible values are, and how a web designer might use this property on a page.
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