Friday 15th of December 2017 08:37:26 PM

centered

This area should be horizontally and vertically centered.
This text stays left aligned
ie mac doesn't like this!
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This is important to bear in mind because a common mistake is to forget to declare a border style. This leads to all kinds of author frustration because at first glance, the styles appear correct. The result, though, is a paragraph with no border:

P {margin: 5px; border-width: 20px;}

Since the default value of border-style is none, failure to declare a style is exactly the same as declaring border-style:

In the case where all three properties are set to something other than auto -- or, to borrow a term from the CSS specification, when these formatting properties have been over-constrained -- then margin-right is always forced to be auto. This means that if both margins and the width are set to 100px , then the right margin will be set by the user agent to auto:

paragraph in the first DIV is italicized becauseit is the first child of the DIV, even though textpreceded it. Only structural elements count for this pseudo-class, sothe text before the paragraph doesn't affect theparagraph's status as the first child. However, in the secondDIV, the H2 is the first child,so it does not match the rule P:first-child. Ifthe intent is to have the first child of any element be italicized,no matter what element that might be, then you need only leave offthe element part of the selector, or use it in conjunction with the