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IST 195 – Week 13, Lecture 2 – Web Programming Professor Jeffrey Rubin
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CSS Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) were developed by W3C to use with XHTML Add styles to your Web page using Internal styles External styles A style sheet contains instructions for formatting a Web page
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Span vs. Div Span is a inline element q Useful to apply formatting to text in the middle of a sentence (a letter(s), word(s), sentence(s).
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Unformatted text preview: Div is a block element q They create line breaks but are far more powerful than span q Can control width, height, padding, margin, border, position, and more Popular CSS Properties • font-size (px or %) • font-family • color (hexadecimal value) • font-weight (bold) • font-style (italics) • background-color (used with the body element) Understanding the Block (div)...
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