I think there needs to be some clarification on the question.
As it was worded, I would take it one of three ways.
#1) To have a space that surrounds the combined area of the PADDING and the
#2) To have a space "between" the outside edge of the padding and the inside
edge of the border.
#3) To have additional space inside of the padding, between the outside edge
of the padding and the inside edge of the border, and also space around the
outside edge of the border.
The first would seem like a margin adjustment. The second two -- and
depending upon the application, the first -- would seem to require some
amount of nested DIVs.
Rob Emenecker @ Hairy Dog Digital
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