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Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Language of Web Design by Eric A. Meyer

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Conventions

This book follows a few typographical conventions that you should be familiar with before proceeding.

A new term is set in italics the first time it is introduced. There will often be a short definition of the term nearby. Program text, functions, variables, and other “computer language” are set in a fixed-pitch font. In regular text, it will also be a dark blue color—for example, when mentioning the property margin or a value like 10px.

Code blocks are set entirely in a fixed-pitch font. Any red text within a code block indicates a change to the code from its previous state. Most code blocks show only a fragment of the overall document or style sheet, with the lines to be changed (or inserted) surrounded by unchanged text. This extra ...

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