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HTML Dog: The Best-Practice Guide to XHTML & CSS by Patrick Griffiths

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Appendix B. CSS Reference

THIS CSS REFERENCE covers the pseudo-classes, pseudo-elements, at-rules, and properties of CSS 2 revision 1 (with the exception of aural CSS).

Specific chapters are highlighted for cross-referencing when there is relevant extended information (which there will be for all but the less-practical aspects, such as those that are not widely supported). Browser support issues are also noted where relevant. “Not supported by IE” (Internet Explorer) comes up a fair bit, and relates to Internet Explorer versions 6 and earlier (IE 7 has fixed many of its predecessors’ shortcomings).

More on the syntax and application of CSS can be found in Chapter 1, “Getting Started.”

Pseudo-classes

:active

Applies declarations to a box that ...

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