Chapter 7. Advanced Page Formatting Using Style Sheets


Introduction to CSS

CSS versus HTML

Designing CSS Styles Using Classes

• Style Categories

Applying Styles

Designing CSS Styles by Redefining HTML Tags

Working with Pseudo-Classes

Designing CSS Styles by Using IDs

CSS Validation

Designing Time Style Sheets

Built-in CSS Page Designs

As you have seen, HTML is extremely restrictive when it comes to web page formatting, but this is by no means a fault of the language. Unfortunately, many beginning developers who are expert designers in the print industry jump to web development thinking that WYSIWYG editors function much the same way as popular print design programs like InDesign and Quark. They think visually ...

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