CSS In Nutshell
May 13th, 2008 08:11
i can do it, Maneet Puri, http://www.dayrobinsonservices.com
CSS or Cascading Style Sheet refers to a technique used predominately in
HTML to define styles of the elements used and displayed on a web page.
Although it is up to your choice to use separate font, color tags to
define how the information will appear on the webpage, CSS, however, is
recommended for some obvious benefits it offers.
CSS can be of two types; inline and external. While in inline styles are
defined within the webpage, the same are defined in a separate CSS file
with a unique name in case of external CSS. Moreover, in the web pages,
the styles are referred using the names defined in the CSS file. If you
wish to go for inline style, then you should be using ‘Style’ tag of
HTML. However, ‘Link’ tag should be used including the CSS file along
with the Span tag in case of external style. This helps in offering a
particular style defined in this file.