> But 2 doesn't move up because it's floated. Remove the float from 2.
> You *still* get . Because floats are removed from the flow,
> subsequent blocks move up and occupy the same space that they do, but
> the the float itself does not move up. Floating 2 just moves it out
> from under 1, it doesn't move it up.
Yes, I'm aware of that, but to a beginner hearing simply: 'float
doesn't affect vertical, only left-right' is confusing, because then
they'll probably conclude
<div style = 'float:left'>1</div>
<div style = 'float:left'>2</div>
In other words, someone who understands the statement 'float doesn't
affect vertical' is precisely the person who doesn't need help about
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