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Exploring Style Settings

The CSS Rule Definition dialog box has eight categories with numerous settings you can use to define a style. As you are defining a style, select the panels to gain access to the settings for each category. Any settings that you do not need to set should be left alone. The following categories are available:

  • Type— This category defines type attributes, such as font and font size. These style settings can be applied to text or to objects that contain text.

  • Background— This category defines background attributes, such as color and image. These style settings can be applied to objects, such as layers and tables, where you can set a background.

  • Block— This category defines type attributes for paragraphs.

  • Box— This category defines attributes, such as margin size, that are applied to box objects, such as layers and tables.

  • Border— This category defines attributes that are applied to objects that have borders, such as layers and tables.

  • List— This category defines list attributes, such as bullet type.

  • Positioning— This category defines layer attributes, such as visibility and z-index. See Hour 15, “Using Dynamic HTML and Layers,” for an explanation of layers and layer attributes.

  • Extensions— This category defines miscellaneous attributes that are either future enhancements or for Internet Explorer only.


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