A property like margin-left seems fairly logical, but as Manuel Rego Casasnovas says:
Imagine that you have some right-to-left (RTL) content on your website your left might be probably the physical right, so if you are usually setting margin-left: 100px for some elements, you might want to replace that with margin-right: 100px.
Direction, writing mode, and even flexbox all have the power to flip things around and make properties less logical and more difficult to maintain than you’d hope. …
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