Even with your solution, why on earth would anyone except the visual layout of that to look nice if you have one block that is excessivly higher than another?? Besides all that purism, there's the practical matter of re-using markup for different layouts under different circumstances by changing only the CSS. I know I could float it, but with the other elements on my page (not shown here) I would need to use a 'clearfix' which is more mark up. How to find x and y coordinates based on the given distance? http://sevevb.com/display-inline/display-inline-not-working-for-div.html
And you don't have to do this with lists? Specifies a block-level Grid element. Hiding the data for the element with the value none. You can use this value to give an object a layout without specifying the object's height or width.
You should learn it as you learn the JS loop construct. –HerrSerker Nov 23 '13 at 12:01 17 “Idiomatic”, yet you wrote if instead of for… @HerrSerker –Ryan♦ Nov 23 Not the answer you're looking for? If an IMG element is directly inside an inline block element in Mozilla, it will stretch to the full width of that element. Why did you not mention this as a replacement for the extremely hacky centered floats???
Jason S wrote on July 13, 2009 at 8:24 pm : Fantastic, this saved me from reverting to tables! Duplicates: 48589 58175 68293 82741 277057 342502 (view as bug list) Depends on: inline-block 367332 371249 404030 Blocks: 184155 18218 348577 Show dependency tree /graph Reported: 1999-11-07 22:11 PST IE supports inline-block, but only for elements that are natively inline. Inline-table Browser Support What's going on here is the baseline of each
the width of the boxes on a line determines how many can fit on one line before the rest are put on the next line and so on. Display Inline Block Ie8 Maybe not in every version of IE, but it can still be done. Alex wrote on April 5, 2009 at 11:01 am: This is not a tabular presentation at all. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2688359/displayinline-table Does not display correctly (as you described) in quirks mode.
Personally, I would say render it like an inline-block -- unfortunately, the CSS3 UI spec is just as vague as CSS2's inline-table definition on this issue! Inline-table Css share|improve this answer answered Oct 8 '15 at 15:01 Victor F 3662421 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Thanks to computers, if you then insert a word in your sentence on your top line, it will usually shove all the succeeding words along and over to the next line. The negative top rule on the position:relative element will be misinterpreted, and result in a vertically centered box.