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IT 202—Internet Applications Based on notes developed by Morgan Benton CCS
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CSS Basics CSS files are plain text files that can be edited with ANY text editor The rules and syntax are fairly simple A good website is www.w3schools.com Styles can be defined within the HTML document or in a separate file that is referenced CSS instructions are enclosed within <style> tags within the HTML document
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CSS Basics (cont’d) Using style sheets is the preferred method for handling all or most formatting functions within web pages The biggest problem is that all browsers don’t process style sheets in the same way so getting everything to work can be tricky
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Unformatted text preview: • Let’s use CSS to modify our HTML. We’ll use CSS in three ways: – Inline – In the <head> section of the document – As a separate file that is linked into the HTML using the <link> tag CSS Validation • CSS can be validated in exactly the same way as HTML, by using the W3C CSS Validator Service One More Note • HTML and CSS have relatively simple rules and a small amount of syntax and terminology to learn. The absolute best way to learn them is to create your own sites and just play around with it. Don’t use a fancy editor like FrontPage. Use something relatively simple that requires you to type in the code yourself....
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