Change an Element's Relative Position!

I am trying to use a CSS offset to move it 15 pixels away from the top of where it sits in the normal flow but i have failed to


h2:{ position: relative; 
       top: 15px;



<h1>On Being Well-Positioned</h1>

<h2>Move me!</h2>
<p>I still think the h2 is where it normally sits.</p>


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Hey! hi! howdy! hello!

well, in your css style tag you are placing ‘:’ after your h2 tag and that should not be there, remove the ‘:’ and you’re ready to go :slight_smile:

like this:


  position: relative; 
  top: 25px;