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hey guys, I am wondering how to style the below code snippet using css? the code itself is working - i just am trying to figure out how to style it :(

<div class="section">
<?php
if(isset($_SESSION['uid'])) {
  echo 'Hello,';
  echo $_SESSION["uid"];
  }
 ?>
</div>

 

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<div class="section" style="<whatever css style you want>">
<?php
if(isset($_SESSION['uid'])) {
  echo 'Hello,';
  echo $_SESSION["uid"];
  }
 ?>
</div>

 

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The better way to "style HTML tags" (not php ones) is to use formal css code placed into the HTML <style> tag section of your html code.  That way you don't have to place attributes into multiple places in your html.  You can style similar things by defining CSS code for a tag name (ie, td, tr, p, span, whatever) and then referencing that css id name like this:

	in the head tag section add
	<style type='text/css'>
	#style1
	{
	padding: 4px 6px;
	margin:1%;
	}
	

and then in the html:

	<div id='style1'>
	

  

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