larger than the surrounding text. </P>
What we have here is a situation where some of the text has a font-size of 12px , while other text has a size of 24px . However, all of the text has a line-height of 12px, since line-height is an inherited property. What happens is that the difference between font-size and line-height is divided in half, and then applied to the top and bottom of each element's content-height
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Before we get there, however, there are a few more things to cover. Remember that absolutely positioned boxes can have backgrounds, margins, borders, and padding; styles can be applied within them, just as with any other element. This can make them very useful for the creation of sidebars, "sticky notes," and other such effects. One example is the ability to set a "change marker" on any paragraph that has been edited. This could be done using the following styles and markup:Web servers typically have 3- or 4-part names; the last two parts comprise the registered domain name, e.g., udel.edu. Some web servers are configured as virtual hosts serving files under multiple server names and domains.
The path and filename in a URL are typically specified from the root of the web-server directory, which is some subdirectory of the server's local file system. For security reasons, browsers can't access stuff outside the web-server directory.
URLs can specify files by relative or absolute path.