Quick Check - The overflow property is what needs written...

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Quick Check Quick Check IT 237 Rebecca McDaniel August 18, 2010
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In addition to creating a box, what else can you do to call attention to the box? One could add a banner at the top or bottom of a box, add background color, or a background image, and add a border color to the box. What properties determine the size of a box? There are two different property sets, which will determine the size of a box. The column and row properties will determine the size of a box, and the height and width properties will also determine the size of a box. What property will determine whether a box will have scroll bars?
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Unformatted text preview: The overflow property is what needs written into the code in order to add the scroll feature to any box. What are the four values for that property? The four values for the overflow property are visible, hidden, scroll, and auto. What property will position a box left or right? One would use float: left in order to position a box to the left, and float:right to position a box to the right. If a box is floated right, where will the text wrap? If a box is floated to the right side of the box then the text would wrap to the left side....
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2010 for the course AXIA COLLE All taught by Professor Unk during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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