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Advanced Web Page Options
Style Property
border-width
Description
Example
Width of a line around the element: border-width: medium thin, medium, or thick If you provide one number, it controls all four sides If you provide four numbers, they control the top, right, bottom, and left sides, respectively Solid color for the element s foreground (eg, the text color) Characteristics of the font, using any of the font-family, font-size, font-style, font-variant, or font-weight values Specific font or a general description (eg, serif, sans-serif, cursive, or monospace) You can list several, separated by commas; the browser uses the first font that is available Size (small, medium, large, etc) or size compared to the normal size (smaller, larger, etc) Slant, usually normal or italic Either normal or small-caps Boldness of the text, usually normal, bold, bolder, or lighter Space at the bottom of the element, in ems Space at the left of the element, in ems color: white font: bold large
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font-family
font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif
font-size
font-size: large
font-style font-variant font-weight margin-bottom margin-left
font-style: normal font-variant: small-caps font-weight: bold margin-bottom: 2em margin-left: 1em
CREATING AND MAINTAINING WEB SITES
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Some CSS Properties (continued)
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Style Property
margin-right margin-top text-alignment text-decoration
Description
Space at the right of the element, in ems Space at the top of the element, in ems Horizontal positioning, like left, right, center, or justify Miscellaneous formatting, including underline, overline, line-through, blink, or none First-line indentation
Example
margin-right: 0em margin-top: 3em text-alignment: center text-decoration: underline text-indent: 2em
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Some CSS Properties (continued)
Redefining HTML Styles Using Classes
You can control the style of any of HTML s elements: P, H1 through H6, and other items that change the way text looks However, what if you want to create your own style For example, what if you are creating a site of children s poetry, and you want one style for poem titles and another for poem text CSS doesn t allow you to create new HTML elements, but you can do something close: create a class A class is a subset of an existing HTML element; for example, you can create a POEMTITLE class as a subset of the P (paragraph) HTML element Your style sheet can contain the formatting declarations for that class, like this:
ppoemtitle { font-size: large; color: blue }
In your web pages, you can format text using the element and class, like this:
<P CLASS=poemtitle>Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening</P>
You can also create classes that can be used with any element by omitting the element in the style declaration for the class, like this:
poemtitle { font-size: large; color: blue }
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You can use this type of class with any element Either of these would work:
<P CLASS=poemtitle>Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening</P> <H1 CLASS=poemtitle>Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening</H1>
Defining Single-Use Styles Using IDs
Another type of style that you can create is an ID, a style that you plan to use only once on each web page IDs begin with a pound sign (#), like this:
#logo { font-size: xx-large; color: green; text-alignment: right }
You can use the ID name with any element in your web page For example, you can use the #logo ID like this:
<P ID=logo>ABC Industries</P>
Creating and Applying Text Styles by Hand
This section describes creating a style sheet and using it to reformat the text in your web pages To format a few web pages, use embedded style sheets; to format lots of web pages with the same formats, use external style sheets
Creating an Embedded Style Sheet
If you hand-code your web pages (rather than using a web editor), you include an embedded style sheet in a web page by adding a STYLE element to the page A STYLE element consists of the <STYLE> and </STYLE> tags and everything between them, and you add them to the header of a web page (between the <HEAD> and </HEAD> tags) The following example illustrates how to assign a style to a standard HTML element, H3, and how to define a class called SIDEBAR:
<HEAD> <STYLE TYPE="text/css"> <!-H3 { font-family: Desdemona, cursive; font-style: normal; color: green } sidebar { font-family: Arial, sans-serif; font-style: italic; color: blue } --> </STYLE> </HEAD>
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