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16.1. display Property

Under CSS1, the display property falls under the set of classification properties. Under CSS2, it now falls under the set of visual formatting properties, but it retains its original purpose of being able to fundamentally alter or set the nature of a Web tag with which it is associated. Under CSS2, its role is expanded, and it has a number of new values.

Under CSS1, the display property had the following four values: block, inline, list-item and none. CSS2 added another fifteen: compact, run-in, marker, table, table-caption, table-cell, table-column, table-column-group, table-footergroup, table-header-group, table-row, table-row-group, inline-table, inlineblock and inherit. The current draft of the CSS3 version of this property adds five more: ruby, ruby-base, ruby-text, ruby-base-group and ruby-text-group.


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