by Chris Mills
Floats? Clearing? These terms may seem strange to you at first. No, I am not talking about levitation, or clearing your name of a crime you’ve been wrongly accused of (did you steal this book?) I am talking about the
clear CSS properties, which you’ve already seen in action in Chapter 19, “Forms.” This chapter will look at these properties in more detail, including some of their most common uses such as floating text around images and creating multiple column layouts.
In this chapter you have the opportunity to Try it yourself! with the convenient sample code downloads found on the book’s companion website—http://interactwithwebstandards.com.
This is the usage that ...