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CSSPositionValue() constructor creates a new
CSSPositionValue object which represents values for properties that take a position, for example
new CSSPositionValue(x, y)
The following example positions a container
<div> 5 pixels from the top and 10 pixels from the left of the page.
let someDiv = document.getElementById('container');
let position = new CSSPositionValue(CSS.px(5), CSS.px(10));