right

The right CSS property specifies part of the position of positioned elements.
 
For absolutely positioned elements (those with position: absolute or position: fixed), it specifies the distance between the right margin edge of the element and the right edge of its containing block.
 
The right property has no effect on non-positioned elements.
 
When both the right CSS property and the left CSS property are defined, the position of the element is overspecified. In that case, the left value has precedence when the container is left-to-right (that is that the right computed value is set to -left), and the right value has precedence when the container is right-to-left (that is that the left computed value is set to -right).

<!DOCTYPE HTML>
<html>
    <head>
        <style>
            .class1 {
                width: 200px;
                height: 200px;
                background-color: #FFD7C2;
                position: absolute;
                bottom: 10px;
                right: 20px;
            }
        </style>
    </head>
    <body>
        <div class="class1">
            This quick brown red fox jumps over the lazy dog. 
            This quick brown red fox jumps over the lazy dog. 
        </div>
    </body>
</html>