By Hakon Wium Lie
Direct from the creators of CSS, this can be the definitive connection with CSS 2.1, cutting-edge quintessential ordinary for controlling the looks of any net or XML record. This full-color publication does not simply exhibit the way to use each major CSS 1 and 2.x function; it conscientiously explains the "why" in the back of trendy most dear CSS layout options. you can find sensible, downloadable examples throughout-along with crucial browser help info and most sensible practices for development high-impact pages and applications.Cascading sort Sheets: Designing for the net, 3rd version covers each CSS 2.1 development and attach, from new height/width definitions in completely located parts to new clip estate calculations. transparent, readable, and thorough, it is the one must-have CSS source for each net developer, dressmaker, and content material supplier. insurance includesMastering crucial CSS strategies: ideas, declarations, selectors, homes, and moreWorking with variety: from absolute/relative devices to font measurement and weightUnderstanding CSS items: field version, show homes, checklist types, and moreExercising overall keep watch over over spacing and positioningSpecifying colours for borders and backgroundsManaging printing: margins, web page breaks, and moreImplementing media-specific type sheets for audio rendering, handhelds, and other kinds of presentationMoving from HTML extensions to CSS: 5 useful case studiesMaking the main of cascading and inheritanceUsing exterior sort sheets and @importIntegrating CSS with XML documentsOptimizing the functionality of CSS pagesIncludes a convenient CSS fast Reference Card"
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For example, on a mobile phone where the connection speed is limited, a Web browser may ignore style sheets to speed up the Web. For these reasons, it is important that HTML pages can be displayed even if the style sheet is not taken into account. CSS was designed with this in mind, and all content remains visible even if the style sheet is ignored. This is because of the fundamental principles of style sheets: the separation of content and presentation. By only describing the presentation of documents, all the content of the documents are available even if the style sheets are ignored.
The sample document with bold slanted list items. The last properties, font-variant and line-height, haven't been widely supported in browsers up to now; therefore, they are not as commonly used yet. Common Tasks: Margins Setting space around elements is a basic tool in typography. The headline above this paragraph has space above it and (slightly less) space below it. This paragraph, as printed in this book, has space on the left and (slightly less) on the right. CSS can be used to express how much space should exist around different kinds of elements.
Sometimes, however, you may want to insert white space and have the browser display your text exactly as you formatted it. The PRE (preformatted) element allows you do this. Simply enclose within
tags the information whose formatting you want to preserve. The PRE element is often used for simple tables where columns need to align vertically:
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Johann Sebastian Bach was a prolific composer. Among his works are:COMPOSITION YEAR CATALOG# Goldberg Variation 1741 BWV988 Brandenburg Concertos 1713 BWV1046-1051 Christmas Oratorio BWV248 1734Notice that the content of the PRE element cannot be aligned with the other elements because the extra white space would appear on the canvas.