information from HTML allowing you to provide style sheets for different

Information from html allowing you to provide style

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information from HTML, allowing you to provide style sheets for different destination media as your web site requires. You can control the display characteristics of an entire web site with a single style sheet, making maintenance and enhancements of display information a less taxing chore. You can express a wide range of style properties that increase the legibility, accessibility, and delivery of your content. You can build page layouts, either flexible, fixed, or responsive to suit your user and content needs. As you will see in this chapter and through the rest of the book, CSS is easy to learn and apply to your web design projects.</p> </body> </html>
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Chapter 5 Web Typography Web typography refers to the appearance for all the text on your website, it includes basic CSS text properties like your font to use and whether it should be italic or not but typography is much more than that, it's about the space between and around letters, words and lines, it's the size of different runs of text in relation to one another and the history behind each font family. You can use the following generic names for font families: Serif fonts is flick added to the tips of the lines that make up the letters Sans-Serif fonts are the most appropriate for use online Monospace fonts are more commonly made proportional
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