Cascading Style Sheets

  • Bill Mason

Abstract

Stylesheets are templates containing rules that describe how a browser should display documents on screen, in print, or in other media. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are the major tool for controlling the presentation of XHTML and XML documents. Clearly, without some control of presentation, the World Wide Web would be much less robust and visually pleasing an experience than it is today. There are other presentational tools besides CSS, but they have disadvantages.

Keywords

Chrome Beach Azimuth Paci Padding 

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© Apress 2003

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  • Bill Mason

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