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  1. hrugved

    hrugved

    horizontal icon bar In this example I have a doubt. As far as i know <a> tags are inline elements. And we can only add left/right paddings to inline elements, and not top and bottom. But here it act as block level element as can be seen from this line of code which works : .icon-bar a{ padding: 12px 0; } So When I inspect the <a> tags, I found that it shows its computed value of display as block. So how does <a> tag has become block level without explicitly changing its display property?
  2. Hi all, I want to know, where should i use css position property instead of using float left and right, inline block etc. Is there any benefits to use css absolute value property?
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