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1:Create a style sheet to specify half-inch margins, 30-point blue Arial headings, and all other text in double-spaced 10-point blue Times Roman (or the default browser font).
body {font: 10pt blue;

line-height: 20pt;
margin-left: 0.5in;
margin-right: 0.5in;
margin-top: 0.5in;
margin-bottom: 0.5in}
h1 {font: 30pt blue Arial}

Because there is no font rule specified in the body style, the default will be used, which conforms to the problem requirements.
2:If you saved the style sheet you made for question 1 as corporat.css, how would you apply it to a Web page named intro.htm?
A2: Put the following tag between the <head> and </head> tags of the intro.htm document:
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="corporat.css" />

3:Write the HTML that makes Netscape Navigator 4 or Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 display the words What would you like to, starting exactly at the top-left corner of the browser window, and THROW TODAY? in large type exactly 80 pixels down and 20 pixels to the left of the corner.
<span style="position: absolute; left: 0px; top: 0px">

What would you like to</span>
<h1 style="position: absolute; left: 80px; top: 20px">


  • Develop a standard style sheet for your Web site and link it into all your pages. (Use inline styles for pages that need to deviate from it.) If you work for a corporation, chances are that it has already developed font and style specifications for printed materials. Get a copy of those specifications and follow them for company Web pages, too.

  • Be sure to explore the official style sheet specs at www.w3c.org and try some of the more esoteric style controls I didn't mention in this hour.



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