Jan 232013
 

Each HTML element can be thought of as a combo meal;  That is, it comes with a pre-defined set of styles.  Even something as simple as a <p> tag has a whole slew of predefined styles.  For example, it is a block level element (which means it gets its own line), the bottom and top margins have a bit of space in them, etc.  Just like a combo meal, though, you can change those default values (using CSS).  Just supersize it!  To get an idea of what the default values are for many common HTML elements, check out this cool site that Kevin Ashton (a former 560 student) created: http://2tailedmonkey.com/gadgets/markup/html_combo_meal/latest/view.php

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