In the last part of this starters guide, we discussed talked about what CSS was, how it affected browsers and briefly looked at how CSS looks. Today we will be discussing the different placement types of CSS. CSS can be placed inside a document using three methods: internal, external and inline. Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages. Some designers often do use all three methods in their codes where as most choose to keep the styling codes in one separate location to ‘beautify’ their front-end code.
In CSS it is possible to place styling in your HTML code…
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CSS, abbreviation for Cascading Style Sheets, is a style sheet language that helps define how to display HTML and XML elements in a document/file. Style sheets, in general, are a very powerful tool for the web-designer. CSS gives you the ability to be completely consistent with the presentation semantics (look and feel) of your site, while giving you much more control over the layout as compared to straight HTML. It was designed primarily to enable the separation of document content from document presentation which would help provide more flexibility and control in the specification of presentation characteristics. …
This is an actual test a professor gave to an engineering class. The goal of this test is not to make someone feel less smart, rather to show that that each question, if looked carefully and/or from a different angle, can provide a simple clear solution. I recently gave this test to my design and development team to see if they focus on details or getting the job done. Result was fairly what I expected.
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