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How does CLEAR work?
How does the CSS selector
clear: somthing; work?
Steven Parker228,077 Points
The clear property is a way to end floats.
An element with the appropriate clear property will be positioned below any floated elements instead of around them. This effectively ends the float effect. The clear can apply to elements floated left, right, or both.
For full details, see the MDN page.