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this page last updated 2001 Nov 5 - some parts moved May 2004
Style Sheets

Chpt 11


Chapter 18

CSS works by specifying the tag you want to modify and stating how you intend it to be displayed by the Web browser. (page 283 Keith Roberts)

There are three primary ways to use style sheets (page 282, Chpt 18, Darnell)
1. inline method
2. individual page or embedded method
3. external link to a master style sheet

"Inline and Embedded style sheets are usually much more common because having all the styles and their
 attributes in the same file is very convenient"

Cascading Style Sheet Property Reference by Jerry Honeycutt
Background Properties