Using css: css – way to not have width assume 100%? on newest questions tagged css – Stack Overflow
So when you put a
<div> within a
<div>, it assumes it should be all the way wide.
I have an
<a> element, and the only way to get it to display correctly is to give it
display: block. However, giving it this attribute makes it behave like the
<div> does by default. It makes it all the way wide.
I don’t have a specific width I want it (just so the text and padding fit) but I don’t want it to be all the way wide.
Is there an attribute/workaround for this?
I would post some code but it’s a simple enough idea – just say so if you’d like to see some code.
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