How I understand it replaced elements are just that, for example a image file will replace the code: <img src="" alt="" /> I think you've got most of them.
An element for which the CSS formatter knows only the intrinsic dimensions. In HTML, IMG, INPUT, TEXTAREA, SELECT, and OBJECT elements can be examples of replaced elements. For example, the content of the IMG element is often replaced by the image that the "src" attribute designates. CSS does not define how the intrinsic dimensions are found
Last edited by Robert Wellock; 12-02-2002 at 12:06 PM.
The <br> element has long been a source of
mystery. What exactly is it? Does it generate an element box, or is
it simply replaced by a linefeed entity? Does it create a line box?
Nobody really knows (although plenty of people have offered their own