3 - 3 types of style sheet 1. linked SS - in separated html...

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· There are no labs on Tuesdays and Thursdays · There is a quiz on Friday. The form is X-101864-ERI-L First Assignment · Creating a website and a style sheet (css) · form and content o separation of form and content - take how you display it (font, font color, font size, and etc) and separate that from the actual content of the website. All the formatting detail is a form. o CSS is an effort to make it more apparent from the content Quiz Review - What are the three types of styles to incorporate into your html? global, linked, and inline - What is the order of importance of built in? Cascading Style Sheets · HTML - information of how to display the contents · reasons: o uniform application on how to format a website o it is efficient
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Unformatted text preview: 3 types of style sheet 1. linked SS - in separated html file 2. global SS - in same file as html but at the head tag 3. inline S - specific style at a specific tag assignment - linked SS o linking need tag called link link element is an empty tag - no end link 3 attributes 1. type (text/css) - declares the file to be plain text containing CSS style 2. rel (stylesheet) 3. href (URL of SS) - the location/filename of the CSS file global SS o located in <head> and within <style> . . . </style> o <!-- . . . --> - comments will be shielded inline SS o specific to each tag header tag o h1 is a bigger font - have a fixed font size and quality (bold)...
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