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HTML Manual of Style: A Clear, Concise Reference for Hypertext Markup Language (Including HTML5), Fourth Edition by Larry Aronson

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Chapter 3. Elements of Style

CASCADING STYLE SHEETS

CSS SELECTORS

PSEUDO-CLASSES AND PSEUDO-ELEMENTS

TYPOGRAPHY

COLORS

BACKGROUND PROPERTIES

TEXT PROPERTIES

BOX PROPERTIES

LIST STYLES

CSS POSITIONING

OTHER CSS PROPERTIES

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a major piece of the art of web programming. It is the technology that gives a web page its distinctive look and feel. In this chapter you will learn how to use CSS to modify the layout and typography of a web page to create web pages with style.

Cascading Style Sheets

A cascading style sheet is a set of statements that applies rules to the various elements of a web page, specifying the layout, typography, and other properties that those elements should assume when displayed by web browsers or ...

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