Chapter 21. Cascading Style Sheets and CGI Programming

Cascading Style Sheets and CGI Programming

In this chapter, I’ll take a look at working with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). CSS and JavaScript connect well because styles are dynamic these days, which means you can change them on-the-fly, as we’ll see in this chapter.

You set styles using style attributes—for example, here’s how I use the color style attribute to set the text color in a document to coral:

<BODY STYLE="color: coral"> 
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</BODY> 

The exciting thing is that you can access style properties from JavaScript. We’ve already seen this at work to some extent. For example, here’s Listing 16-01.html, which turns the color of text ...

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