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In fact, this can be used to match any value with a similar format. For example, if you have images with ALT text of fig-1, fig-2, fig-3, and so on, and want to match any of them, you could use this selector:| D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z
Copyright © 2002 O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. All Rights Reserved.the padding unless you get very sneaky. You need to add a border, as was discussed earlier in "Margins: Known Issues." Therefore, if you have a background color, some padding, and a border set for an element, you'll see the background fill the content area and the padding as requested, but a transparent space will incorrectly appear between the two, as shown in Figure 7-62.
This may be an interesting effect, but it isn't permissible under the CSS specification, and no other browser will do the same only way to avoid this is to set a background for the positionedelement.
Note that the boldface element in this case is positioned in relationto its parent element's content box, which defines itscontaining block. Without the relative positioning of the parentelement, the containing block would be another element. Consider acase where the element being positioned is a child of theBODY element, e.g., a paragraph or headingelement. With the right styles, the containing block for the
Finally, what happens when all three properties are set to auto ? The answer is simple: both margins are set to zero, and the width is made as wide as possible. This result is the same as the default situation when there are no values explicitly declared for margins or the width. In such a case, the margins default to zero (0) and the width defaults to auto. This is illustrated in Figure 8-17.