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W3C Core Styles

The quickest way to start using style sheets is to link to one that already exists. W3C has published a suite of style sheets called W3C Core Styles. Designed by Todd Fahrner of Studio Verso, these style sheets offer you professional designs without the need to learn how to write your own style sheets. If you decide to write your own style sheets – because you’re reading this book, this has probably crossed your mind – you can combine the Core Styles with those of your own.

The W3C Core Styles are built up from a set of modules that can be combined in infinite ways, much like LEGO bricks can. Eight of the combinations have proved to be particularly pleasing and have been given names for easy reference. The names are Chocolate, Midnight, Modernist, Oldstyle, Steely, Swiss, Traditional, and Ultramarine. You can see screenshots of them over the following pages.


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