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area -- and as long as all properties are zero or greater, that's quite true. However, consider the following, depicted in Figure 8-19:

DIV {width: 400px; border: 3px solid black}
P.wide {margin-left: 10px; width: auto; margin-right: -50px;
border: 1px solid gray;}
Figure 8-19

Figure 8-19. Wider children through negative margins

Yes, the child element is wider than its parent! This is mathematically correct: 10 +