HTML and CSS Reference
A list-item value creates a block for the list box and an inline box for items:
The value of run-in is somewhat context based and will make the item inline or block
depending on the context. Basically, if a block box that is not floated or positioned follows
the run-in box it becomes the first inline box of the block, otherwise, it becomes a block:
Browsers typically don't implement this value, and there is some question of its value.
CSS 2 supports numerous table-related values, such as defining an element to act as a
or to act as a cell: