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Now it's time to introduce the HTML tags used in the <BODY>section to format your page content.  In-line tags are meantto affect short bits of text; block-level tags affect paragraphsor other blocks of text, and typically include automatic line-breaks. You can nest in-line tags within block-level tags and/or other in-linetags, but don't next block-level tags inside in-line tags.  Wheretags let you specify attributes, attribute choices are summarized
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since the easiest way to keep an element from floating is to simply avoid declaring a float, right? Well, first of all, the default value of float is none. In other words, the value has to exist in order for normal, nonfloating behavior to be possible; without it, all elements would float in one way or another.

Second, it's possible that you might want to override a certain style from an imported style sheet. Imagine that you're using a server-wide style sheet that floats images. On