By Natanya Pitts, Steven N. James & Ed Tittel
HTML Style Sheets Design Guide covers how Cascading Style Sheets Level 1 (CSS1) came about, how to build them, and how to use them. In addition, Web designers will learn simple ways to specify fonts, weights, sizes, leading, margins, and a multitude of other style parameters on their own Web pages. The Do It In Color section brings the color-based properties to you and includes a detailed look at the innerworkings of a simple and a complex style sheet, brought to you in full color.
The addition of CSS1 functionality to major Web browsers opens up a whole new world of possibilities for designing and managing your Web site. CSS1 lets you define a consistent appearance for HTML tags as they're rendered, add color to text and backgrounds to pages, and control where graphics and text appear on a page. Using CSS1, you can create a consistent look and feel for your Web site, with pinpoint control over page layouts. Best of all, once you design a style sheet, you can use it throughout a Web site with just a little additional effort.
The HTML Style Sheets Design Guide provides the knowledge that you need to:
Create custom style sheets for your site's unique requirements
Use inline HTML style tags, or separate style sheet documents
Simply and precisely control element positioning
Use relative and absolute units of measure
Put the CSS1 Specification to work
Master the use of style sheets by exploring numerous examples
Exploit the relationship between dynamic HTML and CSS1
Add flair to your pages with colored text and backgrounds
The CD-ROM is packed with these powerful tools and elements:
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HTML Style Sheets Design Guide. Natanya Pitts, Steven N. James, and Ed Tittel.
The Coriolis Group, Scottsdale, AZ, 1997. List Price: $39.99. ISBN: 1-57610-211-4.
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