Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module W509. This module is presented on Private Courses
and Specially Run Courses
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|2223||CSS Style Diagrams - working out where attributes come from|
I have just been helping a customer who's got a problem with white text on a white background ... and hasn't been able to easily identify where the problem lies. Some of his code looks like this:
<div align="center" class="style11 style13">
<div align="left" class="style17">
|1034||The new web site look spreads|
If you explore our web site deeply, you'll see that over the weekend more of the pages have slid across to the new navigate, look and feel. Although the site has been highly parametrised for years, changes as radical as teh underlying one here are not going to be quick and straightforward, and there ...
|1519||Flipping images on your web page|
Are you seeing this picture the right way up, or upside down?
If you're seeing it the right way up, you're using Mozilla, Firefox, Safari, Netscape or almost any other browser ... except Internet Explorer. With Internet Explorer, it might be up side down!
This is no "failure" on the part of some ...
|1019||span and div tags - a css comparison|
Both <span> and <div> tags allow you to set the style of your text - fonts, colours, weights, and so on. So what is the difference?
A <span>span tag allows you to alter the presentation style within the current hierarchical block, whereas the <div> tag starts a new block for you. And what ...
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Topics covered in this module
Cascaded Style Sheets.
Font and colour properties.
Multiple and contextual selectors.
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