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*What is CSS?*

· *CSS* stands for *C*ascading *S*tyle *S*heets
· Styles define * how to display* HTML elements
· Styles were added to HTML 4.0 *to solve a problem*
· *External Style Sheets* can save a lot of work
· External Style Sheets are stored in *CSS files*

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*CSS Demo*

An HTML document can be displayed with different styles: See how it works

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*Styles Solved a Big Problem*

HTML was never intended to contain tags for formatting a document.

HTML was intended to define the content of a


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Cascading Style Sheets - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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** Cascading Style Sheets **

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"CSS" redirects here. For other uses, see CSS (disambiguation).
For the use of CSS on Wikipedia, see Help:Cascading style sheets.

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
Filename extension .css
Internet media type text/css
Developed by HÃ¥kon Wium Lie, Bert Bos, World Wide Web Consortium
Initial release December 17, 1996; 17 years ago (1996-12-17)
Type of format Style sheet language
Standard(s) Level 1 (Recommendation)
Level 2 (Recommendation)
Level 2 Revision 1 (Recommendation)

*Cascading Style Sheets*
· Comparison of layout engines
· Comparison of stylesheet languages
· Internet Explorer box model bug
· CSS Zen Garden

· /The Zen of CSS Design/

· CSSTidy
· Style sheet
· Tableless web design
· Holy Grail (web design)
· Responsive web design
· WikiBooks: Cascading Style Sheets

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· t
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HTML
· · HTML
· HTML5
· HTML editor

· Dynamic HTML
· XHTML

· (Basic
· Mobile Profile
· C-HTML)

· HTML element

· (span and div)

· HTML attribute
· · Character encodings
· Unicode

· Language code
· Document Object Model
· Browser Object Model
· · Style sheets
· *CSS*

· · Font family
· Web colors

· · HTML scripting
· JavaScript

· · W3C
· WHATWG
· Validator

· Quirks mode
· HTML Frames
· · HTML5 Canvas
· WebGL
· WebCL

· · HTML5 Audio
· HTML5 video

· Web storage
· Web browser (layout) engine

Comparisons
· Document markup languages
· Web browsers
· · Layout engine support
HTML
· Non-standard HTML

· XHTML (1.1)
· HTML5 (canvas)
· HTML5 media (audio/video)

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· t
· e

*Cascading Style Sheets* (*CSS*) is a style sheet language used for
describing the look and formatting of


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cascading_Style_Sheets

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