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Whats the difference between these two items?

 

<img width="120" style="padding:0px 0px 15px 0px;

 

and

 

<img width="120" padding:0px 0px 15px 0px;

 

When I see this width="120" I'm not sure how to add inline css to it. For instance i wanted to add padding to the image but wasn't sure if doing it like this was valid: padding:0px 0px 15px 0px;

 

 

Here's another example: <table style="width: 800px;" border="0">

 

Can I do this if I want to define font size: <table style="width: 800px;" border="0" font-size:20px;>

 

Thanks,

A.

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Acceptable:

<img width="120" style="padding:0px 0px 15px 0px;" src="url">

 

Preferred:

<img style="width: 120px; padding:0px 0px 15px 0px;" src="url">

 

 

Incorrect:

<img width="120" padding:0px 0px 15px 0px; src="url">

You can't add padding inline without the using style="" as shown above. 'width' and 'border' are acceptable but preferred to be used within the style="" or external stylesheet.

 

 

Acceptable:

<table style="width: 800px;" border="0">

 

Preferred:

<table style="width: 800px; border:0;">

 

 

Incorrect:

<table style="width: 800px;" border="0" font-size:20px;>

Font size should be contained within the style="".

 

Corrected:

<table style="width: 800px; border:0; font-size:20px;">

Edited by Eddie
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To add to my last post, here's the best way to do this using external css stylesheet:

 

HTML:

<img class="myimage" src="url">

 

CSS:

.myimage { width: 120px; padding:0px 0px 15px 0px; }

 

 

HTML:

<table class="mytable">

 

CSS:

.mytable { width: 800px; border:0; font-size:20px; }

Edited by Eddie
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