IN THIS CHAPTER
Turning lists into navigation bars
Replacing text with images
By now you have a solid foundation in writing style sheets. You can style text, element boxes, and even create page layouts using floats and positioning. But there are a few more properties and common CSS techniques that I want you to know about before we move on to creating web graphics in Part IV.
This chapter merely scratches the surface of CSS techniques, so I encourage you to further your education starting with the CSS resources listed at the end of Chapter 11, Cascading Style Sheets Orientation.
We’ve already covered the vast majority of style properties you’ll need to style content in tables. For example, the appearance and alignment of the content within the cells can be specified using properties we covered in Chapter 12, Formatting Text and Chapter 13, Colors and Backgrounds. In addition, you can treat the table and cells themselves with padding, ...