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The borders can either be individually styled with border-top , border-right , border-bottom and border-left , or the shorthand property border can be used to style all four borders of the box in the same way.
To style the borders, the border-color , border-style and border-width properties can be used. For each of them, also top, right, bottom and left variants are available to style each border separately.
The property border-radius property can be used for styling rounded corners. The border-clip property splits the borders into parts along the border edge - the first part is visible, the second one is invisible, the third part is visible, etc.
Padding The property padding defines the padding inside the box model. Each padding's size can be set individually with the properties padding-top , padding-bottom , padding-left and padding-right , or you can use the shorthand property padding to specify all four paddings together.
The syntax of the shorthand property is: padding : top right bottom left If there are only: three values: then the left padding is set equal to the right padding; two values: then the left padding is set equal to the right padding, and the bottom padding is set equal to the top padding; one value: then all paddings are made equal. Background The background of an element can be styled with the background-color and the background-image properties, or with the shorthand property background.
See also Background Images. Various standard properties are available to position the background, to clip it or to determine whether, and how it should be repeated. Prince extends control on the background with the prince-background-image-resolution property, used to control image size in print see Image Size. Most elements are displayed as either block or inline elements. The default display value can be changed with the display property.
A block element always starts on a new line and takes up all the available width. An inline element, on the other hand, does not start on a new line, and only takes up as much space as necessary. A hybrid type, namely the inline-block element, is like inline elements, but it can have a width and a height - which can be very useful when you want to create a grid of CSS boxes that fills all the width and wraps nicely.
The inside of an inline-block element is formatted like a block box.
Care needs to be taken with inline-block elements, because Prince cannot split them over several pages. The value run-in displays a block element as if it were an inline element at the beginning of the following block element.
With the value list-item, the element is effectively transformed into a list item - for more on lists, please see the chapter Lists.
The value flex enables Flex Layout , while inline-flex makes an element behave like an inline element and lays out its content according to the flex layout model. Several values refer to Tables , making elements behave as if they were table elements.
However, the value inline-table has no direct equivalent in HTML - it behaves like a table HTML element, but as an inline element, rather than a block element. Inside the table box is a block context. The special value none, which removes the content from the document, is very useful when hiding certain elements in the printed layout.
Transformations Prince supports CSS transformations of Level 1, with some limitations: it recognizes transform and transform-origin, but does not recognize transform-box. Furthermore, Prince does not allow perspective transforms.
The transform property can be used to rotate, translate, scale or skew an element. The transform property currently does not affect SVG elements - they need to use their own transform attribute instead see SVG Transformations.
The transform property function rotate rotates the element clockwise from its current position. Negative values rotate conter-clockwise. The functions translatex and translatey move the element along one of those axis only.
The function translate3d is supported if the Z third coordinate is zero, thus making it equivalent to the 2D translate. The function scale affects the size of the element - note that this also alters other properties of an element, such as its font-size , padding , height and width. The functions scalex and scaley transform the element in one dimension only.
The functions skewx and skewy tilt an element to the left or right. There is no shorthand form. The origin for the transformations, i. If only one term is given, then the second component is assumed to be center. In particular, if only a percentage or length is given, then it is assumed to be the horizontal coordinate. Site design W3C DOM introduction This part of the tutorial steps beyond the limits of the older browsers, and will cover the much more advanced abilities of the current browsers.
I am happy with that description, not only because the 'technical introduction' is a page PDF of incredible detail, but because I don't see why the DOM should be that technical.
It is designed to be intuitive and easy to use, so that is how I will teach it. Of course there are some incredibly advanced and complex things you can do with the DOM, but with web pages, there is almost never the need to do them. So, instead of going into pages of information on how to convert the planet Earth into a DOM tree, I will give you a gentle introduction to the fundamentals of the DOM, and show you how to achieve the results you need, with the minimum of fuss. It views HTML documents as a tree structure of elements and text embedded within other elements.
All HTML elements, as well as the text they contain and their attributes can be referenced by walking through the DOM tree, their contents can be modified or deleted, and new elements can be created for subsequent insertion into the DOM tree.
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Net C CodeIgniter. Blockchain Go Programming Reviews. Tableau Talend ZooKeeper.However, the value inline-table has no direct equivalent in HTML - it behaves like a table HTML element, but as an inline element, rather than a block element.
You see? The default text color for a page is defined in the body selector, but each selector can have its own color. You can omit anything you want except for year and month.
Remove an element You can add an event handler to a particular element like this: The normal text is wrapping around this first large letter. When set to false, the data table header will show in first page only.