Learn CSS

"If you want to learn how to style and design web pages, you need to master CSS. CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets, and it is the language that defines the appearance and layout of HTML elements. In this course, you will learn the basics of CSS, such as selectors, properties, values, units, and colors. You will also learn how to use CSS to create responsive web design, animations, transitions, and more. By the end of this course, you will be able to create beautiful and functional web pages using CSS."

CSS Float Property

In CSS, the float property is used to move an element to the left or right of its container, allowing other elements to flow around it. When an element is floated, it is taken out of the normal document flow, and other elements flow around it as if it were not there.


The float property can take three values:

  1.  left : This value floats the element to the left of its container.
  2.  right : This value floats the element to the right of its container.
  3.  none : This value is the default, and it places the element in the normal document flow.


Here is an example that demonstrates the use of float:

img {
 float: left;
 margin-right: 10px;

In this example, we have an img element that is floated to the left of its container. The margin-right property is used to add a small amount of space between the floated element and the next element in the document flow.

It is important to use the float property carefully, as it can affect the layout of the web page. If too many elements are floated, they can become difficult to manage, and unexpected layout issues may occur. Also, floated elements may not always behave as expected, especially when it comes to their height and positioning. Therefore, it is important to use  clear property with floated elements to ensure proper layout.