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Anuj Taxali2,712 Points
Instead of floats, why can't we use display:inline block to align the images side-by-side?
Nicole Archambault27,853 Points
This is a really great question. The fine folks over at Stack Overflow have discussed this before, and show some examples of where whitespace can be a finicky issue while using
display: table-cell. It depends on what you are trying to accomplish with the look of your site, and also established best practices or standards in the community.
Also, sometimes, you'll also find that more than one function will accomplish the same goal, but one is a newer standard and thus should be adhered to over the other. Changes can be purely semantic to make them more clearly understood (as in HTML5 tags, for instance), or they may offer fixes over previously-used tags.
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