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It does in my test. Look at this link:
Have you got a link of your page for somebody here to have a look at it? You might have some other code interfering with the specific CSS code.
mytaxsite, i'm building it so i haven't uploaded anything yet but here's an exact excerpt of the code showing the wrong indent: http://jsfiddle.net/aB6uM/
also, i completely forgot these are hyperlinks so it's an a inside the h3, silly me!.
ah, i see now how it is, letme see if i understand the mechanics behind it:
if i set the margin in "h3 a" then the margin gets applied ok at the beginning but the 2nd "wrap" takes the margin of the parent/container (in this case the div itself or the h3 tag alone).
So by setting first the margin of the parent tag i enforce an absolute margin.
Is this train of thought correct?