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59. How to define a scalar measurement within a known range?

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<!DOCTYPE html>
<meta charset="utf-8">

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a. How to specify the range that is considered to be a high value?

b. How to specify the range that is considered to be a low value?

c. How to specify the maximum value of the range?

d. How to specify the minimum value of the range?

e. How to specify what value is the optimal value for the gauge?

f. How to require the current value of the gauge?

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Two inline-block, width 50% elements wrap to second line:

It is because display:inline-block takes into account white-space in the html. If you remove the white-space between the div's it works as expected.

<div id="col1">content</div><div id="col2">content</div> 

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