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finally, the entire thing is set in a large sans serif font.
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Rather than dream up a new class for the title, let's just put it into an H1 and set styles on that element. At a rough visual guess, the text is about three times larger than the body text, and the space between each letter is about the size of one of the letters. Starting with the easy stuff, here's what we have for the title H1:
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There is one drawback to this strategy. A few versions of older browsers, such as very early versions of Netscape Navigator and NCSA Mosaic, had some trouble with comments. The problems ranged from mangled display to browser crashes. This happened with only a very few browser versions, and it's safe to say that very few of these browsers are still being operated. Be aware that there are some people out there using these particular browsers, and they may well auto on margins, but in positioning, this can permit the creation of elements that are only as wide or tall as they need to be in order to display their content, without having to exactly specify how high or wide that will be. We'll explore this in detail later in the chapter as well.
It is important to remember that the side-offset properties define offset from the analogous side (e.g., left defines the offset from the left side) of the containing block, not from the upper-left corner of the containing block. That's why, for