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Re: block level formatting

From: Matthias Lohmann <matthias-lohmann@web.de>
Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2003 18:58:32 +0200
Cc: "'Brian V Bonini'" <b-bonini@cox.net>, www-html@w3.org
To: Brian Bober <netdemonz@yahoo.com>
Message-Id: <6ADBBBF6-A7F7-11D7-BF9B-000393A9CF6C@web.de>

Am Donnerstag, 26.06.03 um 15:50 Uhr schrieb Brian Bober:

> Selectors don't work properly in IE5 (does it work in IE6?), so I
> recommend
> using a class and giving all the imgs that class if you want it to
> work in more
> than Mozilla and maybe other browsers like Opera but not IE.
>
> .block { display: block;}
>
> <img class="block">

That's really not necessary. #lines img {} is supported by every
browser I know, even Netscape 4.

> Another thing to note is that displaying an image as a block you will
> have
> space under it just like text has. Although if block doesn't give you
> everything you want, you might want to try display: table-cell.

You can controll the space with margin and padding if you use
display:block. The problem with space occurs with display:inline
because of the inline-box.
Received on Thursday, 26 June 2003 13:38:07 GMT

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