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Word-Wrap: A CSS3 Property That Works in Every Browser
Word-Wrap: A CSS3 Property That Works in Every Browser
The word-wrap property is one of the oldest CSS3 properties, it works in IE6, and has a practical use especially for bloggers.
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CSS Lesson 6: Intro to Divs
CSS Lesson 6: Intro to Divs
A short intro to the div tag as well as how to employ it in template layouts and correct webpage formatting. It shows how to recognize divs and how to use wrappers
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Margin and Padding Shorthand
Margin and Padding Shorthand
One of the most common attributes in CSS are margin and padding, while there use isn't that big it certainly helps a website's content look clean and spaced out. Margins create certain amounts of spacing between almost anything on a webpage and can be used to seperate divs. Padding of course is most commonly used to space out divs, paragraphs and general content so everything isn't jumbled up and wrap up within each other so it is clear to the reader. Like many CSS attributes margin and padding
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CSS Floats
CSS Floats
The property float is used to make an element float to the right or to the left while having the text of a paragraph wrap around it.
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