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CSS CSS Selectors Selectors - Beyond the Basics Child, Adjacent, and General Sibling Combinators

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inline-block functions a bit like a float in that it will put elements in line with each other, but without the hassle of using a clearfix of some kind. The elements support width and height, and can also use the vertical-align property. Here is a little bit of info about it but you can find more about it's uses and capabilities by reading the documentation or by doing a Google search