Should i just use padding ? windowsxp 2010-12-11 17:19:44 UTC #5 ScallioXTX said: unless you also add display:block to it's CSS rules. however I'm surprised it still works without height, i assumed you should always set a width and a height to your divs, is this not the case? –Sai Nov 20 '14 Your quote of w3c says it but I only realized now. http://getplaycraft.com/not-working/bottom-margin-css-not-working.html
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GO OUT AND VOTE Can a giant spoon be utilised as a weapon Boss just quit leaving behind a toxic workplace. Working Draft Defines margin-bottom as animatable. Margins of inline-block boxes do not collapse (not even with their in-flow children). Several functions may not work.
Did the GoF really thoroughly explore "Pattern Space"? The top edges of both boxes are flush against each other because their margins are equal. but if we add two inline element with float:left , they just come side by side ...they don't start in new lines , so how come they become a display:block Css Margin-left Not Working Please let me know if you still have any troubles.