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10.1.10 notes css - 10/1/10 1. CSS History (Cascading Style...

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10/1/10 1. CSS History (Cascading Style Sheet) a. W3C recommended the adoption of a standard set of style sheets b. 1996 Cascading Style Sheets Level 1 (CSS1) was introduced c. 1998 CSS2 was introduced More features added d. The purpose was to givce HTML authors more formatting support e. Apply uniform styles to multiple documents 2. Why use style sheets? a. Separate content from presentation b. Gives you more control over document c. Allows you to change! (ex: pink lady fb) You can change the presentation format without changing the content! d. Apply one style sheet to multiple documents. IT’s efficient!! 3. CSS Syntax a. CSS contain rules and declarations that instruct the browser to how to display certain elements b. Many styles can be applied to XHTML documents c. CSS is extremely… d. 4. Defining the style sheets a. Need to tell you XHTML document where to locate the style definitions b. There are 3 ways: i. Linked style sheets 1. Linked style sheets are stored in a separate sheet
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2010 for the course COGS cogs 3 taught by Professor Maryboyle during the Spring '10 term at UCSD.

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10.1.10 notes css - 10/1/10 1. CSS History (Cascading Style...

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