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Adding Content

  • David Schultz
  • Craig Cook

Abstract

Now that you’ve got a handle on the basics, the real fun can begin: it’s time to start adding content to your web pages. In this chapter, you’ll learn about most of the XHTML elements you’ll need to organize your content and give it a meaningful structure. Along the way, you’ll see examples of how the different elements are rendered by a web browser with its default styling. Then we’ll show you a few simple ways you can use CSS to enhance the presentation of your text.

Keywords

Font Size Body Element Definition List Address Element List Marker 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

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© David Schultz, Craig Cook 2007

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  • David Schultz
  • Craig Cook

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