Shorthand order:
• background-color
• background-image
• background-repeat
• background-attachment
• background-position
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background Sets all the background properties in one declaration
background-attachment Sets whether a background image is fixed or scrolls with the rest of the page
background-clip Specifies the painting area of the background
background-color Sets the background color of an element
background-image Sets the background image for an element
background-origin Specifies where the background image(s) is/are positioned
background-position Sets the starting position of a background image
background-repeat Sets how a background image will be repeated
background-size Specifies the size of the background image(s)
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Background Img tests ACF_Txt1


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Center Align Elements

To horizontally center a block element (like div), use margin: auto;

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Style: margin: auto; width: 70%; border: 3px solid #fff; padding: 13px;


!style in head section of page!!
style/.center_elm { margin: auto; width: 70%; border: 4px dotted #fff; padding: 13px; } /style

• Post Content: (wpbb post:content)

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The CSS float property specifies how an element should float.
Float is used for positioning and formatting content e.g. let an image float left to the text in a container.In its simplest use, the float property can be used to wrap text around images.

The CSS clear property specifies what elements can float beside the cleared element and on which side. The clear property can have one of the following values:

• none – Allows floating elements on both sides. This is default

• left – No floating elements allowed on the left side

• right- No floating elements allowed on the right side

• both – No floating elements allowed on either the left or the right side

• inherit – The element inherits the clear value of its parent

The most common way to use the clear property is after you have used a float property on an element.

When clearing floats, you should match the clear to the float: If an element is floated to the left, then you should clear to the left. Your floated element will continue to float, but the cleared element will appear below it on the web page.

1/ ‹img src=”/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Catherine-Holtskog-square-240×240-1.jpg” alt=”” style=”float:right; width:180px;height:auto;margin-left:10px;”›

2/ ‹img src=”IMG.jpg” alt=”” style=”width:10px;height:10px;margin-left:10px;”›

3/ ‹img src=”/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/GLOSSICON_MD-FFS_nb.png” alt=”” width=”100″ height=”100″ class=”alignnone size-full wp-image-26165″ /›

4/ ‹img class=”center_block” src=”/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/KURSDELTAGER-300×251.jpg” alt=”” width=”600″ height=”auto” class=”alignnone size-large wp-image-28089″ /›

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Coding Image insert:

1/ ‹img src=”IMG.jpg” alt=”” style=”width:10px;height:10px;margin-left:10px;”›

2/ ‹img src=”/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/GLOSSICON_MD-FFS_nb.png” alt=”” width=”100″ height=”100″ class=”alignnone size-full wp-image-26165″ /›