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XML (Extensible Markup Language): 1.2.6. Preparing for the Future
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sheet. Beyond this type of circumstance, though, there really isn't much call to use float: none in your HTML documents.

7.6.2. Clear

Well, we talked about a lot of floating behavior, so there's only one more thing to discuss. You won't always want your content to flow past a floated element -- in some cases, you'll

P {background-color: silver;}
P.one {margin: 10px;}
Figure 7-7

Figure 7-7. Comparative paragraphs

(Again, the background color helps show the content area, and the dashed lines are for illustrative purposes only.) As Figure 7-7 demonstrates, 10 pixels of space are added to each side of the content area. This is somewhat similar to using the HSPACE and VSPACE attributes in HTML. In fact, you can use margin to set extra space around an image. Let's say you want 1 em of spaceshort of positioning the boldfaced text outside of the paragraph (by using a negative value for right) or by specifying a padding for the paragraph that is wide enough to accommodate the positioned element. Also, since it has a transparent background, the parent element's text shows through the positioned element. The only way to avoid this is to set a background for the positioned element.

Note that the boldface element in this case is positioned in relation to its parent element's content box, which defines its but you can use IMG tag's BORDER attribute to eliminate this (BORDER=0). 
  Okay, links!

Links reference other web pages, images, etc. on other servers by URL (Uniform Resource Locator).  A URL specifies a  scheme that tells the browser how to handle the file to be received from the server, the server name, and the path and filename