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CSS CSS Basics (2014) Basic Layout Basic Layout Review

Sobin Sebastian
Sobin Sebastian
5,348 Points

With the _____ property, we can alter the way a browser calculates the total width of an element.

whats the answer!!?

1 Answer

25,059 Points

Sobin Sebastian box-sizing is the method through which we can adjust the width of an element, allowing us to include padding and border within a predefined size measure. With a box-sizing property declared in the CSS, if you added a 10px border to an object with a width of 150px, it would remain 150px rather than expanding to 160px.