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Figure 7-64

Figure 7-64. A floating paragraph

One of the first interesting things tonotice about floated elements is that margins around floated elementsdo not collapse. If you float an image with 20-pixel margins, therewill be at least 20 pixels of space around that image. If otherelements adjacent to the image -- and that means adjacent at:

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doesn't actually use that color, it's still passed on tothe border. We'll talk about another way to change bordercolors in a later section.

Figure 7-32

Figure 7-32. Changing the color of the border Multiple styles

It's also possible to define morethan one style for a given border. For example: