C7 Notes.docx - Understanding Normal flow of elements Elements on the browser are normally displayed page after page depending on whether they are in

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Understanding Normal flow of elements.Elements on the browser are normally displayed page after page, depending on whether they are in block-level or inline elements.CSS gives you the ability to create multicolumn layouts quickly andeasily in your pages.When you float or position an element you take it out of normal flow.Containing the entire web page you can use a wrapper, that has 3 child elements, header, nav and article.Floating elements lets one build columns by floating content either right or left side of the browser.Floating elements must always have specified width or hey will expand to the size of the browser window.Floating Elements normally extend beyond the containing element, which will result in broken layout. To
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