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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) by Example by Steve Callihan

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Using This Chapter's Example File

I've created example HTML files for you that you can use to do the examples in this book. For this and the next chapter, you'll be working with an example file, kochanski.html, for a fictional family page (“The Kochanski Family Page”). Feel free to substitute your own family name, of course.

✓ If you haven't downloaded the example files yet from this book's site and extracted them to your working folder, see ”Downloading and Extracting the Example Files,” p. 19 (chapter 1).

Opening the Example File in Your Text Editor

To work with the example file, you need to open it in your text editor. Any text editor will do.

✓ If you're not sure of which text editor to use to work with the example files, see “Using a ...

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