How web content is displayed visually in CSS as boxes
What categories of display elements are used and how you can affect an element’s display type
How CSS browsers interpret and display web pages
How to set margins, borders, and padding on a box
This hour explores the core of Cascading Style Sheets—the part of the specification that defines how parts of a web page are displayed: as stacks of boxes. The visual presentation of CSS is defined as a series of boxes based on the structure of the original document.</feature>
The content of a web page is the information encoded within the HTML page, found between the opening and closing tags of ...