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HTML How to Make a Website Adding Pages to a Website Add a New Page

Display: block; ?

when add the display block element to my stylesheet it takes the photo out of my page? What am I doing wrong?

4 Answers

Do you have an example of your code?

Jonathan Grieve
MOD
Jonathan Grieve
Treehouse Moderator 90,705 Points

Without the code, I can only guess a stray semi-colon is affecting the display of your photo.

I have the same problem,

only Firefox issue for me, chrome is working fine: http://i.imgur.com/DZkVOsl.png (with display block) http://i.imgur.com/ulV8Drs.png (without display block) http://i.imgur.com/zeyl07x.png (3d view with display block - Pretty interesting)

found a workaround by using clear property on img selector: http://i.imgur.com/Ibh9iJ6.png (clear: both before display: block)

but It should be better I think if I setted this clear: both on header, which is the same, but more cleaner solution

from the project files, I can see that main.css, hasn't this "fix" on header or wrapper, so I think that it must be noted somewhere lastly, is this a bug that should be noted/fixed by normalize.css project?

thanks, Antonis

Juan Aviles
Juan Aviles
12,795 Points

I was going through the same issue with this lesson today. I figured it was a Firefox problem since that's what I'm using. I searched around, but found no answers as to why "display: block;" does not work with Firefox. Does anyone have any ideas?