What You’ll Learn in This Chapter:
▸ How to create a basic style sheet
▸ How to use style classes
▸ How to use style IDs
▸ How to construct internal style sheets and inline styles
In the preceding chapter, you learned the basics of HTML, including how to set up a skeletal HTML template for all your web content. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to fine-tune the display of your web content using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
The concept behind style sheets is simple: You create a style sheet document that specifies the fonts, colors, spacing, and other characteristics that establish a unique look for a website. You then link every page that should have that look to the style sheet instead of specifying ...