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CSS In-line DIV

The div is a block-level element, i.e it occupies the whole of the page width and the siblings are place one below the other irrespective of their width.

<div>
 <p>This is DIV 1</p>
</div>
<div>
 <p>This is DIV 2</p>
</div>


The output of the following code will be

Div 1
Div 2


We can make them in-line by adding a float css property to the div.

.inner-div1 {
 width: 50%;
 margin-right:0px;
 float:left;
 background : #337ab7;
 padding:50px 0px;
}
.inner-div2 {
 width: 50%;
 margin-right:0px;
 float:left;
 background : #dd2c00;
 padding:50px 0px;
}
p {
 text-align:center;
}


Div 1
Div 1



Use of overflow property to clear floats

Setting overflow value to hidden , auto or scroll to an element, will clear all the floats within that element.

Note: using overflow:scroll will always show the scrollbox



Conclusion

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