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Cascading Style Sheets

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are an extension to HTML that allow for multiple layers on a Web page. The layers can be positioned absolutely, giving the designer more control over what a browser will display. In addition, layers can partially overlap with CSS. CSS also offers designers more control over the appearance of fonts, background images, and borders.

CSS in Illustrator

Illustrator uses its layers and Save for Web to create cascading style sheets. Objects are organized on the artboard and placed on appropriate layers. Each top layer can become a separate CSS layer when the file is optimized in Save for Web. (Only top layers can become CSS layers.)


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