Masking in CSS is the process of hiding or partially hiding images or graphical elements. It is a graphical operation that hides a partial portion of an image or object. It allows you to use an image as a mask layer with different opacity levels. This implies that you can use an Image, an SVG, or gradient as your mask to create a beautiful visual effect.
Positions are used a lot in CSS to describe how elements are placed in a document. Also, they describe how elements behave with the top, left, bottom, and right property. In CSS, there are five positioning properties namely: static, relative, fixed, absolute, and sticky. These properties behave in special ways. In this article, we'll learn more about the position property and the types.
To make it easier to develop a website using Bootstrap, there are several bootstrap editors available for better and quicker bootstrapping of your website. In this article, we’ll cover the five major tools which are available either completely free or partially.