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Chapter 50. Creating Advanced Web Pages > Using Cascading Style Sheets

Using Cascading Style Sheets

HTML uses a specification called Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to enable you to create and assign your own user-defined styles to document elements. The first version of the CSS specification enables you to define rich formatting constructs, although the second version enables you to position elements more accurately on the page.

Caution

Before you use Style Sheets, consider your Web site's audience. CSS Version 1 is supported by Internet Explorer 4 and Netscape Navigator 4 and later, although CSS Version 2 is supported by only version 5 browsers such as Internet Explorer 5. If you use CSS capabilities on your Web pages, users without a compatible browser will not view your pages as you have designed them, and may get unexpected results. If you are sure your users will be able to use style sheets, choose Tools, Page Options and click the Compatibility tab to enable the style sheet support within FrontPage.



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