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My pleasure 😄😄, I think you meant using .slider__next { top: calc(50% - 15px/2); }.

It will work here because you know the height of the element already; so you can simply subtract half of its hight from the top position.

But in other scenarios, the height of the element will be unknown for example a text paragraph, in most cases, you can't know exactly its height.(suppose it positioned absolute) the transform technique will be better here.

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text paragraph example

There are cases, where the height of the element will change in mobile (using a media query), so you have to change it again by subtracting the new height.

There are many ways to center elements (flex-box, grid,... ), so use the way that suits your situation best.

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