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Building Web Applications with Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Designer 2007 Step by Step by John Jansen

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Understanding CSS Rules and HTML

In this exercise, you will look more closely at how modifying CSS selectors will enable you to create more robust design for controls in ASP.NET and SharePoint. Notice that in the previous exercise the selector you created began with a # (number sign). This symbol indicates to CSS that it should look for an ID rather than a style attribute. In addition, the selector ended with an li tag. This indicated that the selector should be applied to any li tag that is inside any other tag with an ID of BulletedList1.

There are a few CSS rules that SharePoint leverages, so understanding them from the outset is important for building applications and customizing those applications to meet your needs. Those rules are summarized ...

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