Lay out the children of a div element horizontally:
The box-orient property is not supported in any of the major browsers.
Firefox supports an alternative, the -moz-box-orient property.
Safari, Opera, and Chrome support an alternative, the -webkit-box-orient property.
The box-orient property specifies whether the children of a box should be laid out horizontally or vertically.
Tip: Children within a horizontal box are displayed from left to right, and children within a vertical box are displayed top to bottom. However, the box-direction and box-ordinal-group properties can change this ordering.
|horizontal||Lay out children from left to right in a horizontal line||Play it »|
|vertical||Lay out children from top to bottom vertically||Play it »|
|inline-axis||Lay out children along the inline axis (map to horizontal)||Play it »|
|block-axis||Lay out children along the block axis (map to vertical)||Play it »|
|inherit||The value of the box-orient property should be inherited from the parent element|
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