Chapter 7. Building Web Pages

IN THIS FINAL CHAPTER, we’ll bring together everything you have learned in the preceding chapters and look at how to organize pages into a complete site. I’ll show you how to set up the folder structure so you can organize your XHTML, CSS, and JavaScript files, and demonstrate some other options for linking your CSS files to the pages. I’ll show you how to add different types of interface components into the pages and to structure the related CSS. We’ll see techniques that minimize the amount of code you need so it’s easy to write, and to later find and edit, the CSS that styles each element of the markup.

I’ll show all this by creating the Web site for this book, Stylin’ with CSS. The site will have a home page that ...

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