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CSS Margin page needs quick fix for TRBL readability


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I found a little ordering oddity that may confuse beginners when using this for quick reference. The CSS margin page's first example is where the issue lies:

p {    margin-top: 100px;    margin-bottom: 100px;    margin-right: 150px;    margin-left: 50px;}

This is a little confusing in the way the order of each property is presented. For a beginner, they will look at this and assume that the property's shorthand parameters are laid out TBRL rather than TRBL unless they scroll to the bottom. For readability, I would suggest switching the margin-bottom and margin-right in this example to match the format seen on the CSS padding page which adheres to the TRBL ordering.

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