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    made a simple chat room. i want the comment to have different parts so i use this code to set an id and class to a div




    i use #fullBox to say you have a div that has larger space and i use .showMessage to say to it you have smaller space to hold the text.

    therefor i can use that larger space to add some element later.

    style of my id and class

    and my class

    width :1000 px;
    line-height :1.3 em;
    font-size :24 px;
    my id has larger space and i expect that my class with smaller space hold my text but my text follow my id i don’t know how to solve it.

    i use two different background color to see both of them if i can see both of them i get my answer.

    link code :jsfiddle


    I’m not sure what it is you are trying to do.

    I’m wondering if you have an image of what this is supposed to look like?



    For my own benefit can you explain what the OP was actually asking?

    I get the ID/Class disparity but the actual intent here…I just don’t understand.


    thank you for reply. i understand how to solve it, i was not friend with Append() at first i should use append to add my classes to div. i want to have report icon to every comment in my chat room so i should use two classes on smaller to hold text and bigger to add some element like Report icon. i put my project until now in bottom. i hope by using your help one day i will finish my chat room and share it free for everyone, i wish so.

    code link:jsfiddle

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