The rules of margin collapse | Josh W Comeau

A brilliant overview of all the weird edge-cases that exist with the CSS margin attribute. Honestly, having used CSS for over a decade I'm not sure I've run into any of them before (maybe parent inheritance a couple of times?) so I'm still unconvinced by the call to abandon margin in favour of spacer components but I do agree that gap is a generally more useful attribute to reach for.

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