9. User Interface and Generated Content Properties

The user interface cannot, for the most part, be controlled by CSS. It is dependent on the specific operating system and browser in use. Objects such as the scroll bars are out of your control. However, CSS does provide some control over the appearance of the mouse pointer and style of quotes.

Additionally, CSS includes several properties that let you specify content to be placed on the page (generated) for specific instances. For example, you might want all chapter titles to include the word “Chapter” before them. ...

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