Cascading Style Sheets
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- CSS - Cascading Style Sheets
- 3 Types of Style Sheets: External, Internal, and Local
- Cascading - The 3 style sheets are applied in a cascading
manner. Local has highest precedence, then Internal
followed by External.
- Purpose of CSS - separates document content from its presentation
|Levels of CSS
||Levels of CSS
|Naming conventions - class name
- In Netscape 4.7 (4.x) you cannot
use the "_" (underscore) to create a name of a class.
Works in IE 5.0 (maybe 4.0).
OK ex: cssintroheading or cssintrotext
Bad ex: cssintro_heading or cssintro_text
I've spent many hours trouble shooting this problem. I hope this
will help you.
- I suggest leading off with "css" as a prefix.
Ex: cssintroheading or cssintrotext
- www.mako4css.com - Note from a
reader: "I've compiled some of the most Frequently Asked Questions as
well as additional explanations, CSS Basics, NN4.xx issues and a CSS-P
tutorial, and put all that together on a web site". Thanks MaCo.