Your and James explanation is perfect. It's good to know that I should keep
this in mind as I create my style sheets.
Theresa Mesa, http://mesadesignhouse.com
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On 12/23/04 7:12 AM, "Adam Kuehn" [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> words, Mozilla, for example, gives simple paragraphs a small top and
> bottom margin automatically. If either the author or the user writes
> a style to explicitly give top or bottom margins to paragraphs (even
> to set them to 0), then those will control. But if neither the page
> author nor the user say anything, then the default will apply.
> The default browser styles are on the lowest rung of the priority
> ladder. But it is important to know the rung is there.
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