Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
An ID begins with the "#" character. For example:
A CLASS begins with the "." character. For example:
What's the difference between ID and CLASS?
– An ID attribute is used to apply a unique style for an element once in copy. Relative or absolute positioning and margins may be identified.
– The CLASS attribute may be used repeatedly within copy.
TIP: The definition for #position1 gives it an "absolute" position on the page(based on the upper left hand corner), as opposed to a relative postion, which would be in relation to previous blocks of copy.