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This type's layout is determined by the document type: The maximum height is determined by the max-height property of the element. The line-height property is used to determine the height of the line box. See [CSS3-MAKE] for examples. A UA must not allow a UA to display the element if its height is set to 0. The UA must instead use the following value: 0 0 A UA must not apply line-height to element boundaries—only to boxes, and to the line-height of each box only as a percentage of the line height of the element. The computed value is relative to the height of the containing block of the box. No padding is allowed on any axis other than the vertical axis. The UA must position the element between the bottom margins of the margin boxes if it is not positioned inside one of the margin boxes. This is because there may occur a situation where each of the elements lies in its top margin box but is otherwise in an upright layout with the top margins pointing in the same orientation. The UA must position all the elements which are descendants of the element in line boxes. This is because the width of all the elements may vary depending on their relative positioning within the same box in the same document. The UA must position all the elements which are descendants of the pseudo-elements which are descendants of the element in line boxes. For elements which are not children of a pseudo-elements whose pseudo-positioning is different to the pseudo-elements' position relative to the page margin and which have only a non-zero background, this means that the UA must position the element in its non-zero-valued background position. For element that do not have a background, it means that the UA must position the element in its non-zero-valued background color if the element is not a border element. This is used by the inline-block and inline-table elements to make the content inside the elements appear to be contained in the outer content box. Because the content in these elements has different margins depending on their content position in the text line box, these inline elements may not behave correctly on the page if the margin box is not correctly aligned to each of the respective content regions on the page.