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This property sets the distance between an element s top border and the top of its content
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padding-top: length | percentage | auto | inherit
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where the length is measured in any fixed measurement, such as inches (in) or pixels (px) A percentage value is determined as a percentage of the height of the containing block The default value for the property is 0
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p {padding-top: 10px; padding-bottom: 100px;} flush {padding-top: 0;} #demo2 {padding-top: 50%; padding-left: 10%}
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CSS 1, 2, 3 IE 4+ (buggy), 5+ Netscape 4+ (buggy), 6+, Firefox 1+ Opera 4+, Safari 1+
Note
Elements may have default paddings on them and these values may vary by user agent Because of this inconsistency, many developers prefer to clear all padding values globally with a wildcard rule like * {padding: 0;} and build up individual values
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page-break-after
This property is used to control page breaks when printing a document after the bound element box ends
Syntax
page-break-after: always | auto | avoid | left | right | inherit
A value of always forces a page break after the associated element A value of avoid attempts to avoid a page break after the element A value of left forces one or two page breaks after the element so that the next page is considered a left page A value of right forces one or two page breaks after the element so the next page is considered a right page The default value of auto neither forces nor forbids a page break, allowing the user agent to decide how to break the content during print
Examples
#breakitdown {page-break-after: always;} getitright {page-break-after: right;}
Compatibility
CSS 2, 3 IE 4+ Netscape 6+, Firefox 1+ Opera 7+, Safari 1+
page-break-before
This property is used to control page breaks when printing a document before the bound element box starts
Syntax
page-break-before: always | auto | avoid | left | right | inherit
A value of always forces a page break before the associated element is encountered A value of avoid attempts to avoid a page break after the element A value of left forces one or two page breaks after the element so that the next page is considered a left page A value of
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right forces one or two page breaks after the element so the next page is considered a right page The default value of auto neither forces nor forbids a page break, allowing the user
agent to decide how to break the content during print
Examples
#breakitdownagain {page-break-before: always;} lefty {page-break-before: left;}
Compatibility
CSS 2, 3 IE 4+ Netscape 6+, Firefox 1+ Opera 7+, Safari 1+
page-break-inside
This property is used to force or prohibit a printing page break within an element
Syntax
page-break-inside: always | auto | avoid | left | right | inherit
A value of always forces a page break at any place within the element bound A value of avoid attempts to avoid a page break after the element A value of left forces one or two page breaks after the element so that the next page is considered a left page A value of right forces one or two page breaks after the element so the next page is considered a right page The default value of auto neither forces nor forbids a page break, allowing the user agent to decide how to break the content during print
Examples
#breakitdownyetagain {page-break-inside: always;} nobreaks {page-break-inside: avoid;}
Compatibility
CSS 2, 3 IE 8+ Netscape 6+, Firefox 1+ Opera 7+, Safari 1+
position
This property defines how an element is positioned relative to other elements
Syntax
position: absolute | fixed | relative | static | inherit
When positioned absolute, the left, right, top, and bottom properties can be used to define the element s precise location, using the affected element s upper-left corner (0,0) as reference Because elements can contain other elements, a position of 0,0 is not necessarily the upper-left corner of the browser When a relative position is used, offsets will be related to the object s natural position in the document flow An element with absolute position may be set to defined coordinates but will scroll with a window However, an object with a fixed position value will stay in position onscreen as things scroll
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The default value, static, places elements according to the natural order in which they occur in a document, and related top, right, left, and bottom properties do not relate
Examples
#region1 #region2 #left #norm #navbar {position: relative; left: 190px; top: 30px;} {position: absolute; left: 120px; top: 50px;} {position: absolute; bottom: 10; right: 500px;} {position: static;} {position:fixed; left: 0; top: 0;}
Compatibility
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IE 4 6 (partial), IE 7+
Netscape 4 48 (partial), Netscape 6+, Firefox 1+
Opera 5+, Safari 1+
Notes
Fixed regions can be useful for pegging navigation elements onscreen to avoid needless scrolling The fixed position value was not supported in Internet Explorer 6 without JavaScript or odd CSS hacking This significant problem was addressed in IE 7+
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