CSS Clearfix

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Use css clearfix to fix the following problem. When an element is floated, its parent no longer contains it because the float is removed from the flow. The problem happens when a floated element is within a container box, that element does not automatically force the container’s height adjust to the floated element. When an element is floated, its parent no longer contains it because the float is removed from the flow.

Just apply a class=”clearfix” to the parent element.

Hope CSS Clearfix help you for your website!

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