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How Can I Use CSS to Space Sections in XML?

by nForms on May 10, 2012

Is there an appropriate way to use coding in CSS to space sections of an XML document? I have tried everything that I know and haven't been able to get anything to work. I want my document to have appropriate chunking, or "white space." As of right now it looks entirely too crowded, any input or suggested resources would be appreciated. I've exhausted all of the resources I've found without any luck. Thanks!

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commander_emu April 12, 2011 at 4:48 pm

You could split up each of the sections you want into divs using the div tag. Then give each div a different class that just uses relative position and moves it left/right/up/down.

{position:relative;
top:___px;
left:___px;
}

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