The best way to apply styles on your page is to use an external style sheet. You can use inline or document-level styles, but these are error-prone and difficult to maintain.
The style for the specific paragraph applies. Style rules are always applied from least to most specific.
You use the
@import command to
apply a style sheet to your page, and it must be placed in the
<head> element. If you place
it anywhere else, the style sheet will be ignored.
A master page acts as a shell inside of which the content of your individual pages is displayed. This allows you to have a consistent look to all the pages on your site.
There's no limit to the number of nested master pages you can apply to a single content page, but if you use too many, your content will be difficult to read.
The child content page needs a reference to the class of the master
page, contained in a
directive, immediately following the
@Pagedirective for the child page.
You can use the
You need to add a site map file, which is an XML file. You can use Website → Add New Item to add a new site map with an automatically generated skeleton, but you need to add the content of the XML file yourself.
You place a
control on the page to enable the navigation controls. In the case of a
Menu control, you use the Smart Tag to
point the control to the
You don't have to do anything. ...