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Header Width

Sent by Simon Jessey on 1 September 2005 18:06


The actual width of the element depends on the width of its containing block, so you can use all
sorts of mechanisms to control a header's width, but without setting it to "inline" I can think of
no way to make it the same size as the text (short of a combination of setting the width in ems and
some sort of preprocessing).

Simon Jessey
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  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Mr. Kim Siever 

  > 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.
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