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Head First HTML and CSS, 2nd Edition by Eric Freeman, Elisabeth Robson

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Index

A note on the digital index

A link in an index entry is displayed as the section title in which that entry appears. Because some sections have multiple index markers, it is not unusual for an entry to have several links to the same section. Clicking on any link will take you directly to the place in the text in which the marker appears.

Symbols

# (hash symbol) for id selectors, But how do I use id in CSS?
& (ampersand) for entities, So what?
&amp abbreviation, So what?
.. (dotdot) syntax for paths, Planning your paths...
/ (forward slash), Tags dissected, Planning your paths...
for paths, Planning your paths...
in closing tags, Tags dissected
/* and */ for comments in CSS, Test drive
: (colon) in CSS rules, Using CSS with HTML
; (semicolon) in CSS rules, Using CSS with HTML
<!-- and --> for comments in HTML, What the browser creates
<>(angle brackets), Tags dissected
<code> element, So what?
@font-face rule, How do I deal with everyone having different fonts?
@media rules (CSS), Add media queries right into your CSS, Add media queries right into your CSS
[ ] (square brackets) in form element names, The final form test drive
“ ” (double quotes), Planning your paths..., Meet the <q> element
<q> element and, Meet the <q> element
for parent folders, Planning your paths...

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