BEGINNING XHTML PART 3 – ASSOCIATING STYLE SHEETS WITH MEDIA TYPES (Page 2)

How it Works In Step 1, you created an internal style sheet when you defined a style element inside the head of the document: <head> <title>Tempest in Style <style type=”text/css” media=”screen”> <!– body { font-size: 18pt } span.speaker {font-size: 18pt; background-color: yellow} span.stage {font-size: 18pt; font-style: italic} p.stage {font-size: 18pt; font-style: italic; text-align: center} –> …

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BEGINNING XHTML PART 3 – ASSOCIATING STYLE SHEETS WITH MEDIA TYPES

In summary, there are four different mechanisms for specifying dependencies between style sheets and media types: the style element for embedding CSS the link element for external CSS @media rules @import rules The following sections describe each of these mechanisms and some strategies for selecting an appropriate mechanism (in other words, which mechanism should we …

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BEGINNING XHTML PART 2 – WHAT ARE MEDIA TYPES?

This would be quite a chore had HTML continued its evolutionary path of including presentational elements like <b> for bold and <center> for alignment. Fortunately, as we saw earlier in the book, the World Wide Web Consortium were aware of this and invented Cascading Style Sheets to separate presentation (how the web page looks) from …

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BASIC HTML

Paragraphs The element <P> is used to denote the start of a new paragraph. The element </P> may be used to indicate the end of a paragraph although this is not required. Pressing the ENTER key to indicate a new line or paragraph does not work in HTML since the format of the paragraph is …

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AN INTRODUCTION TO SVG

SVG – Should we be excited? If you are excited by the idea of Flash, then you are going to love SVG. If you haven’t heard of SVG, it’s about time you did. Think Photoshop meets Flash meets XML. SVG or Scalable Vector Graphics is an open standard language proposed by the W3C for describing …

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10 TIPS FOR A BETTER WEBSITE

There are just some things that need to be included in every website. If you integrate these tips into your site your visitors will “thank you” for it later: 1) Navigation: Keep it simple (KISS), and make sure it’s consistent from page to page. No matter where you place your menu bar — either at …

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1ST PAGE 2000 FREE WEB EDITOR

1st Page 2000 is a fully-featured HTML and script authoring tool which includes all the functions you would like to have in an HTML editor. This massive program comes with an impressive interface and a mixture of all the best features you can find in top name HTML editors. 1st Page 2000’s numerous features include: …

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A BASIC GUIDE TO THE INTERNET

The Internet is a computer network made up of thousands of networks worldwide. No one knows exactly how many computers are connected to the Internet, although estimates are ongoing. It is certain, however, that these number in the millions and are increasing at a rapid rate. No one is in charge of the Internet. There …

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A BRIEF GUIDE TO RSS

Before proceeding to other parts of the article, please take your time to read the following definitions: RSS: RSS, rich site summary, or really simple syndication, is an XML format for sharing contents (such as news items) among different Web sites. Feed: It is an xml file containing headlines and descriptions also called news feed, …

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