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In fact your question isn't very clear, that's why I left some things open for you to experiment, but you can totally remove the width and height (in that case you will need to add an element to the empty div, at least using the content property).

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div { background-color: lightblue;} ... This is a text inside a div element. < p > This paragraph has its own background color. </ p > We are still in the div element. Block-level Elements. A block-level element always starts on a new line and takes up the full width available (stretches out to the left and right as far as it can).

This topic is empty. Viewing 8 posts - 1 through 8 (of 8 total) Author Posts November 14, 2011 at 9:21 am #35153 rudynormanMember I have a #page-wrap, and inside that I have #main-content which contains two other divs called #guts and #navigation. I want #main-content to have a background image, and to be the … Setting the value of a style property to an empty string — e.g. $( "#mydiv" ).css( "color", "" ) — removes that property from an element if it has already been directly applied, whether in the HTML style attribute, through jQuery's .css() method, or through direct DOM manipulation of the style property. As a consequence, the element's style ... “Floats” let you put block-level elements side-by-side instead of on top of each other. This is a big deal. It lets us build all sorts of layouts, including sidebars, multi-column pages, grids, and magazine-style articles with text flowing around an image. div { background-color: lightblue;} ... This is a text inside a div element. < p > This paragraph has its own background color. </ p > We are still in the div element.

Well organized and easy to understand Web building tutorials with lots of examples of how to use HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, PHP, Python, Bootstrap, Java and XML. div - how to stretch to auto fill empty area? guys, thank you for replies, I'll show you what exactly I ment, but I presume I will need to reconsider using DIVs in such cases ... should I rather use table instead? ... The backgroundColor property sets or returns the background color of an element. Browser Support The numbers in the table specify the first browser version that fully supports the property.

Hi mariolopes, mariolopes Now I want to access the div properties from my C# page with the code: According to your code, i suspect that you'd like to access DIV inside a gridview from code behind and c hange background color of the div, isn't it?

Hi mariolopes, mariolopes Now I want to access the div properties from my C# page with the code: According to your code, i suspect that you'd like to access DIV inside a gridview from code behind and c hange background color of the div, isn't it?

If you want to use this as a fallback to work just when you element is empty add something like: .class:after:empty – Miguel Garrido Mar 21 '16 at 0:17 @Miguel Garrido - I had to use .class:empty:after for that to work. – secondperson Jan 31 at 14:52 Oct 24, 2013 · In the test Pen, you can see the effect of setting the height of the DIV to 0.1px, 0.5px, or 1px. At 1px, the width is honored, but you also end up with the DIV being 1px in height. Setting the height to 0.1px does nothing, but setting it to 0.5px causes the width to be honored without making the DIV have any height. Go figure!

div - how to stretch to auto fill empty area? guys, thank you for replies, I'll show you what exactly I ment, but I presume I will need to reconsider using DIVs in such cases ... should I rather use table instead? ... div - how to stretch to auto fill empty area? guys, thank you for replies, I'll show you what exactly I ment, but I presume I will need to reconsider using DIVs in such cases ... should I rather use table instead? ...

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