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#1 Ninjakreborn

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Posted 29 September 2006 - 03:34 PM

I saw these in a tutorial, are all of these true, based on your personal experiences.

A float must be given a width
A float must be given a directional value of left or right (there is no top or bottom)
If you want a float to appear alongside another element, it must precede that element in the source order of the document
A float never covers text or inline images
Avoid using a width on a block element following a float; use a margin on the same side of the float instead
Since a float is taken "out of the flow" of the document, a float inside another container must be cleared in order for the parent container to enclose it properly


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