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06-CSS Class

CSS is not useful if you can’t utilize the different types of formats for a single HTML tag. But,  with the use of classes, it allows you to do such thing.   Classes are simple and all you have to do is to add an extension to the common CSS code. Take note that you must specify […]

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05-CSS Inline

Inline CSS is the most powerful out of the three types: external, internal, and inline. It means that by using this you can override styles that are stated in external or internal.   On the other hand, inline CSS divert away from the true intention of CSS, to separate design from content, so use it carefully.   Example: <div style=”background: […]

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04-CSS External

In using CSS it is preferable to separate your HTML  from it because it allows the webmaster to quickly determine the content (HTML) and design (CSS).   External CSS is a file [.css] that contains CSS code only .   The <link> tag is used as a reference of CSS  in your HTML.   Example: CSS File. Open a code editor, add the following code […]

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03-CSS Internal

Cascading Style Sheets have three types: the internal, external, and inline.   Internal CSS, has a  tag <style> inside the <head> tag.     Example: <html> <head> <style type=”text/css”> </style> </head> <body> <p>Page content.</p> </body> </html>     Functional example: <html> <head> <style type=”text/css”> p { color: black; } body { background-color: green; } </style> […]

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01-CSS Selector

CSS selectors are the central core of CSS.   CSS selectors define what HTML elements are going to operate with CSS code and must have a solid understanding of them because you can’t construct CSS codes without CSS selectors.   This is the syntax of  CSS statement: SELECTOR { PROPERTY: VALUE }     Property is the CSS […]

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00-CSS Introduction

In this section, we will learn how to deal with Cascading Style Sheets or also known as CSS. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) can change the appearance of your old HTML documents in a well organized and systematic  manner.   A stylesheet should be separated from your HTML documents. If you already have mastered CSS and HTML, it will be easy for you to separate your web […]

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