How to in-line elements using CSS?
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- February 1, 2019 at 2:25 pm #52950
For inlining elements, there is a simple solution which is the analogy between parent and child. Apply block value to display property to parent. And only apply inline-block value to display property which summarizes that child has to be in a block with inline nature.
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