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margin-bottomIE4 P/P IE5 P/Y NN4 N/N Op3 Y/-

This sets the size of the bottom marginof an element. Negative values are permitted, but caution isrecommended.

margin-leftIE4 P/P IE5 P/Y NN4 B/B Op3 Y/-

This sets the size of the left marginof an element. Negative values are permitted, but caution isrecommended.

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H1 {color: orange;}

you're likely to see all of your H1 elements colored orange, despite the fact orange isn't on the list of named colors. This is due to the fact that most web browsers recognize as many as 140 color names, including the standard sixteen. There are two problems associated with using these extra names, though. The first is that not all browsers will recognize them; Opera, for example, sticks with the standard 16 colors, at least in the Opera 3.x series. Far from being a failure on their part, this represents a remarkable commitment to standards