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Chapter 10. Web Design for Puppetmasters... > Hiding and Displaying Elements

Hiding and Displaying Elements

As you start to develop your Web pages with style sheets, you will quickly realize that style sheets can be wonderful strategy tools for how your content is presented. You can use the great functionality and level of layout control that is possible with style sheets to present your content based on certain parameters. Such parameters might include the following situations:

  • You have an online store and you want to show specific product information only to those who have purchased from you in the past.

  • You want to present information to users in a stepped order, so that specific information is displayed only after the user follows certain steps.

  • Depending on the type of Web browser or other system specifications, you want to present information on your page in a different layout.

  • You are integrating advanced scripting applications into your Web pages, and you want to use the power of style sheets to hide and display elements to enhance the presentation of your content.


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