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Figure 7-72

Figure 7-72. Floating an image wider than its parent element

Here, a left-floated image is wider than its parent, so its rightedge overruns the right edge of the parent element. Had the imagebeen floated to the right, then it would have overrun the left sideof the parent element instead.

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this document:

@import url(sheet2.css);@import url(blueworld.css);@import url(zany.css);

WARNING

Only Internet Explorer 4.x/5.x and Opera3.x support @import; Navigator 4.x ignores thismethod of applying styles to a document. This can actually be used toone's advantage in "hiding" styles from these