Trouble understanding floats

The html5 media is in a div that floats right.
The image is in a figure node that floats left.

The h2 header, paragraph, and table are in another div that doesn't have float instructions.

It does what I want, with the last div mentioned displaying below the audio, until I shrink the image horizontally. Then that last div gets visually split up with the header ans paragraph above the paragraph and the table below the media.

I don't understand why it does this since they are all grouped together in a div but it is consistent across browsers.

Doing the right thing:

Horizontal alignment of few div's inside centered container

Hi, I need some help and I hope the solution is simple for professionals.
The task is distribution of some layers inside the container.
The trouble is that the border between first right .pic_text is bigger than between first left .pic_text. The container .center is centered, but its content doesn't have equal margins.
I tried to find the solution, but couldn't find it ( for my case.
The matter is that every .pic_text has to have picture and text and the design has to be adaptive.

Here is my code CSS3:

  .center {
	width: 95%; 
	height: auto;
	padding: 10px; 

Tricky Problem With DIV Float - Help me

Hi All,

I am basically from .NET developer background. I got a problem while designing a TICKET (used in casino's). I am posting the outline HTML of my problem, some one help me to sort it out.

<div style="width: 210px;position:absolute">
<div id="barCode" style="background:yellow"">
<div style="width: 100px;position:absolute;height:100px;background:magenta; top:25px;-webkit-transform: rotate(-270deg);">DIV 1</div>

odd layout using divs and CSS

Hey All,

I'm trying to make a table of rows and columns using divs.

I've got this on my page:

Chrome link href tooltip css problem


I am having a very special problem with chrome (version 40).

I have a footer:

<footer id="footer">
			<span class="footertext">
				<br />
				<a href="" target="_blank">Anything</a>
				<a href="" target="_blank">Anything</a>
				<a href="" target="_blank">Anything</a>

And some css for it (my website uses Bootstrap 3.0 ):

footer#footer {
  height: 60px;
  background: #e1e1e1;
#footer {
  text-align: center;
  padding-top: 1em;
footer a {

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