CSS provides a large number of style properties to give a web designer almost total control over the appearance and position of elements on a page. Many of these CSS properties are described in this week's lecture and reading assignment, and a complete list is in Appendix B of the textbook. Choose one CSS property that interests you, and explain what it represents, what its possible values are, and how a web designer might use this property on a page.
Recently Asked Questions
- Choose a screening tool and research the recommendation for use of this screening tool by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF;
- How can one take the WHO (World Health Organization) data and info on flu outbreak and parlay into an information that is easy and understandable to a
- The left visual field of view projects to the right hemisphere of the brain via a) both eyes b) only the right eye c) only the left eye d) none of the above