[thelist] Border problem

Jonathan Dillon jdillon at boehm-ritter.com
Mon Apr 4 13:41:48 CDT 2005

> But, like setting display: table, that prevents it from being next to
other elements. I can't use 
> a div, then set it to inline, and get the same effect, right? Display:
inline would undo the blockness, yes?

Yes, you're exactly correct about display: table.  It puts a line break
before and after the element.

And yes, if you set the div to inline, it's going to get it's rear inline as
an inline element.

Do you have an example of the problem?


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