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<div id='right'>right text</div>
Also, could you elaborate on what you said about semantic correctness? I try to comply to the standards, but I don't know of a spec that says not to do this. And what exactly is the rule? The body is a block element so your previous definition is not thorough
<span> This is some text</span>
<p> But now I am in a block element</p>
so I just want to say, I did run it through a validator, and it's valid.
I do have one follow-up question: is it still a bad idea if the wrapper for "left text" is an inline-block?
The offsets (left, top, width, height) are the same for both versions except for top, which increases when the element moves down (as expected).
The bug was gone when I turned on my computer this morning; I can't get it back, and I can't figure out what's different.