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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) by Example by Steve Callihan

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Using a Text Editor to Work with the Examples

HTML and CSS files are just straight text files, so you don't need anything more than a simple text editor to create or edit the examples used in this book.

If you use Windows, you can use Windows Notepad to create and edit HTML files and style sheets. For a shortcut for running Notepad, just click the Start button, select Run, and enter notepad.

NOTE

In Notepad, Word Wrap is not automatically turned on. In Windows 98 and later versions of Windows, you only have to turn Word Wrap on once—it stays on until you turn it off. In Windows 95, you have to turn Word Wrap on every time you run Notepad. In Notepad you can toggle Word Wrap on and off by selecting Edit and Word Wrap (if already toggled on, the ...

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