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hasLayout property. The following table lists all CSS properties and values that make that an element has a layout: property values that trigger the hasLayout comments property position absolute, fixed only in Internet Explorer 7 fixed float left, right display inline-block width any value that is not auto min-width any value only in Internet Explorer 7 max-width any value only in Internet Explorer 7 height any value that is not auto min-height any value only in Internet Explorer 7 max-height any value only in Internet Explorer 7 zoom any value that is not only tb-rl overflow hidden, scroll, auto normal writing-mode in Internet Explorer 7 properties zoom and writing-mode are not defined in any standard CSS because they are owners of the Internet Explorer browser. If these two properties are used, the style sheet does not successfully pass the validation process. To remove the layout to an element, it is necessary to establish the value by defect of all properties in the table above have been amended:? width: auto, height: auto? max-width: auto, min-width: auto? position: static? float: none? overflow: visible? zoom: normal? writing-mode: lr-tb initialize styles when browsers display a web page, in addition to the stylesheets of the designers, always apply other two style sheets: the browser and the user. Filed under: Bausch & Lomb. The browser style sheet is used to set the initial style by default to all HTML elements: sizes letter, decoration of the text, margins, etc. This style sheet is always applied to all web pages, by when a page does not include any own stylesheet, the aspect that is displayed in the browser due to this browser style sheet. For its part, the user style sheet is that can apply the user through your browser. Although the vast majority of users do not use this feature, in theory it is possible that users establish the type of letter, color, and size of the text and any other CSS property of the elements on the page that displays the browser. (Not to be confused with Kaihan Krippendorff!).

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