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Tips for Technologists #17: CSS Tutorial Part 1

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Tips for Technologists #17: CSS Tutorial Part 1
30 Apr 2013 Written by

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CSS (Cascading Stylesheets) is the visual language to HTML’s data structures. CSS is very easy to learn because there are limited commands and the changes can be viewed immediately. However, it can be a very difficult concept to master as there is much more to it than meets the eye.

Inline, Inline-block, and Block

All rendered (visible on the page) HTML elements are one of the following display types: inline, inline-block, or block. Each has its use and understanding the differences can save you a great amount of headache when trying to position and style elements.

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Nick Ruffilo
About the author
Nick Ruffilo is the CTO of Aerbook.com, a digital publishing suite. He has been a technology entrepreneur for nearly 15 years working in publishing, finance, games, and entertainment.

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