How can put div in the same with text??
I have one line:
"Hello every body"
now, I put <div> </div> in the middle text like:
"Hello every <div> </div> body"
but, When put div tag, one line become 3 line, like:
I want when div tag can put, numbers of line is only one.
How should I do?
Use 'span' instead of 'div'.
Thanks very much
Originally Posted by BonRouge
I have another question:
have <span> <span> </span> </span>
now, I want the second span have a special position in the first span.
I use: style="left: 234px; top: 116px;" in the second span tag.
But This is position with browse, not in the first span
How can I do
Last edited by minhkhoi; 08-27-2006 at 12:12 PM.
in your style sheet you could have just added
to the div element.
that will make it perform like a block level element.
and for your answer for the first span use this
content for the span here
Maybe I post not clearly
I want the second span have special position with the first span.
It means, the first span have style=" left: 200; top: 200, height: 100, width:100"
it create a range 100 x 100 px with second span,
In last question I want second span have only postion betwen:
+ left: 200 to 300
+ top: 200 to 300
+ left: 0 to 100
+ top: 0 to 100
with the first span
AND, I find simplest solution is (*)
Now, I need take position of first span.
Unfortunately, I must create the <span> like:
<span id="myspan" style="width:200;height:200"> 222 </span>
without left and top and put it in my web site
I think I can take it's postion: document.all.myspan.styte.left
but not success
What should I do?
Please help me.
Last edited by minhkhoi; 08-27-2006 at 12:58 PM.
Learn a lot more about CSS before you start trying to apply it. A div is a block element, hence your first problem. A span is an inline element, which makes it usable within a paragraph. But inline elements cannot have size or position assigned because they are inline. That means they are meant to flow naturally in the text and be the right size to contain their content. Maybe you should describe your design rather than the way you're trying to implement it.
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