In this tutorial, we are going to explore CSS Exclusions. At the first glance, CSS Exclusions may look similar to CSS Shapes in that they wrap content around an element. Technically, however, they serve a different purpose.
The CSS Shapes Module defines an element’s real shape, but content will not wrap around that shape until the element is floated. The CSS Exclusions Module, on the other hand, is specifically designed for this; allowing inline content to wrap around an element without floating it, regardless of how the element is positioned—
The CSS Exclusions Module introduces a couple of new properties and values, namely:
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