Re: [NH] CSS "Margin" acting like "Indent"
- Ray wrote:
>I don't comprehend what you are saying. I tried several permutationsWrap the text in a block level element (P, DIV) and use the class
>the basic-summary class into the TD tag or changing the style sheet to use
>indent instead of margin-left. Most of my trials failed validation
>and none of
>them produce the desired result.
with that. Or simply use padding-left for the TD if all text in that
TD should be indented.
- Bruce wrote:
>That's interesting:Margin properties do apply to inline elements. They just don't do
>"You tried to use a box attribute (margin) in an inline element
>(font). Try eliminating the <font> tag entirely and moving the
>"class" to the <td> element."
what Ray wants when used with them.
>Is there a comprehensive list somewhere, of block and inlineThe HTML 4.01 spec. In a more easy to read form here:
>elements and what attributes apply to each?
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At 5/25/2008 12:27 PM, loro wrote:
>sandeep syamnath wrote:
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