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David Alton1,700 Points
Why apply an "inline" display style if the <a> element is already inline?
We are told to add "display: inline;" which in my understanding was selecting the "callout" class within the <a> element.
If the <a> elements are already inline by default, why do we need to do this, or am I missing something?
Steven Parker228,025 Points
The property added in the video is "
display: inline-block;" This is a bit different from the default setting of plain "
The important difference in this case is that it allows the margin to be effective.