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Sent by Mr. Kim Siever on 1 September 2005 19:07


On 01/09/05, Simon Jessey [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:

> The header elements are known as "block level" elements. You can turn them into "inline" elements
to with the following style rule:
> 
> h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6 {
>     display: inline;
> }

Is that the only way? I had thought of this.

I am developing a page where all elements are hidden but the headers.
If someone clicks on a heading, the section content appears. If all
the headers are inline and all the sections are hidden, then the
headers float next to each other.
-- 
Mr. Kim Siever
http://www.hotpepper.ca/
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