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Unread 24 Aug 2007, 07:46   #5
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Re: HTML & CSS - inlining a block element

Aha, that is rather interesting...
I tried the inline-block before, but FF does not recognise the inline-block keyword for the display parameter. But in that example I see the ":before" selector to insert the image. I never heard of that selector before, but that would work I guess.
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