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Figure 6-58. Using shorthand

Actually, there is one slight restriction to how the values are ordered in background , which is that if you have two values for background-position , they must appear together, horizontal first, then vertical. That probably isn't a surprise, but it is important to remember.

As is the case for shorthand properties, if you leave out any values, the defaults for the relevant properties are filled in automatically. Thus, the following two are equivalent:

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z-axis: 9.5. Stacking Positioned Elements
z-index property: 9.5. Stacking Positioned Elements


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<NOBR></NOBR> tag and then insert <BR> tags to specify exactly where you do want the line breaks to occur.  You can also include <WBR> tags to indicate where optional line breaks may occur if the line extends beyond the right edge of the browser window. 

The preferred way to control text alignment is by including an ALIGN attribute in a block-level tag such as a paragraph <P ALIGN="left">, headline, e.g., <H2 ALIGN="center"> or page division <DIV the only real difference that here, the uppercase letters are ofdifferent sizes. That's true, but the reason thatsmall-caps is declared using a font property isthat some fonts have a specific small-caps face. Thus, a fontproperty is used to select that face.

What happens if no such face exists? There are two options providedin the specification. The first is for the user agent to create asmall-caps face by scaling uppercase letters on its own. The secondis simply to make all letters uppercase and the same size, exactly as we'll have to do:

Figure 3-1 shows what the various percentage values will yield.

Figure 3-1

Figure 3-1. Grayscale values

Of course, since we're dealing in shades of gray, all three RGB numbers are the same in each statement. If any one of them was different from the others, then a color would start to emerge. If, for example, rgb(50%,50%,50%) were modified to be auto if an element is not a replaced element suchas an image. UnderCSS2, it is possible to set up asituation where scrollbars would be applied to an element such as aparagraph.

It's also possible to set the top and bottom margins of ablock-level element to be auto. If either of theseproperties is set to auto, it is reset to