Fighting the Space Between Inline Block Elements. I've seen this come up a couple of times lately on Twitter and then an interesting Dabblet so I figured it would be an important thing to document.
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This package serves as the entry point of the DOM-related rendering paths. It is intended to be paired with the isomorphic React, which will be shipped as react to npm. Installation npm install react react-dom Usage In the browser var React = require'react'; var ReactDOM = require'react-dom'; class MyComponent extends ReactComponent render return <div>Hello World</div>; ReactDOMrender<MyComponent /> node; On the server var ReactDOMServer = require'react-dom/server';
Developer.mozilla. Returns a reference to the element by its ID.
Syntax element = document.getElementById(id); Parameters.