I do but don't know all of the features.
Right click on an element and choose "Inspect Element with Firebug". It shows you the HTML and CSS involved. Or just click "Inspect Element" in Chrome, which has inbuilt tools.
I usually click on the arrow thingy to the right of the orange firebug thingy and hover over what i want to study and then it highlihts it i the HTML and shows all of the corresponding styles...
display: block create a block that is the width of the entire containing block or whatever you call it, right?
So is display: inline-block like a Lego where it create a smaller block, and they can slide up next to each other, almost like Floats do?
And what is the difference between display: inline-block and display: inline again?
A bug, presumably.
Bugs on SitePoint?! :eek: Never!