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Chapter 11. Stylin' with Style Sheets

Chapter 11. Stylin' with Style Sheets

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are a standard developed to allow designers finer control over certain elements of a Web page. Most features of CSS are typographic controls.

Designers grumbled for years about the design limitations of HTML—for instance, the inability to specify a point size for text. Despite the debate from some old-school members of the digerati about how HTML is a markup language, not a layout language, CSS has become an incredibly useful Web standard.


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