Chapter 10. Using Cascading Style

After completing this chapter, you will be able to

  • Find Visual Web Developer Style windows.

  • Attach a cascading style sheet to an ASP.NET page.

  • Determine whether a style is assigned to an element.

  • Find styles in a cascading style sheet.

  • Apply styles to a <div> element.

  • Apply styles to a table.

  • Apply styles to a data view.

  • Apply styles to a details view.

In the previous chapter, you learned about how Visual Web Developer can help you build data-driven Web interfaces. Another important aspect of interface design is the sites, colors, fonts, and element look and feel. Web-page look and feel can be customized and standardized, using cascading style sheets (CSS). In this chapter, I show you how you can create, use, and manage ...

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