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Figure 7-59. Padding, percentages, and the widths of parent

We've seen this before, of course -- in Section 7.3, "Margins", in case you don't remember -- but it's worth reviewing again, just to see how it operates.

7.5.2. Single-Side Padding

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a grasp not only of how CSS units work, but perhaps also of a few basic issues that you previously were unaware of.

Above all, though, regardless of how bleak things may seem, keep going! Your perseverance will be rewarded.

3.1. Colors

Of course, the one thing that almost every beginning web author wants to

This style would only be applied to an element as long as it was in focus. As soon as the user switched from one input to another, the styles would be removed from the former and applied to the latter. This is a welcome capability, as it reduces the need for using JavaScript to create such effects.


There are serious issues related to document reflow with :hover and :focus. Take, for example: