Beginning CSS3 by David Powers (auth.)

By David Powers (auth.)

Beginning CSS3 teaches you the way to sort web content utilizing Cascading type Sheets (CSS)—the language of website design. ranging from first rules, you will study via a sequence of functional routines how you can swap the default glance of HTML tags, including colour, backgrounds, and borders. The ebook demystifies center thoughts, resembling the CSS field version and selectors, providing you with the boldness and information to create leading edge and versatile web page layouts. you will additionally the right way to create rounded corners, drop shadows, and gradients with no the necessity for pictures, utilizing the most recent CSS3 techniques.

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Html in a browser. All links are now bold, and the underline has been removed; but they still retain the browser’s default colors. 4. Change the text color for unvisited and visited links by adding the following styles: a:link { color: #8D0E6B; } a:visited { color: #B53392; } 5. Save the style sheet, and test the page again. Unvisited links are deep magenta; visited links are a lighter shade of magenta. If all links look the same, click the last link in the unordered list to visit the Apress website.

Crosshair Displays two thin intersecting lines. text Indicates text can be selected. vertical-text Indicates vertical text can be selected. (continued) 31 CHAPTER 2 N USING BASIC SELECTORS Table 2-2. (continued) Keyword Example Description Drag and Drop Cursors alias Indicates that an alias or shortcut is to be created. copy Indicates that something is to be copied. move Indicates that something is to be moved. no-drop Indicates that the dragged item cannot be dropped at the current location. not-allowed The requested action will not be carried ou t.

Html in a browser. As Figure 2-4 shows, the text in the paragraphs is smaller, but the size of the headings and list items is unaffected. Figure 2-4. Changing the font size of the paragraphs doesn’t affect the other text You’ll continue making improvements to the look of this page in the remaining exercises Styling Links Links are created using the tag in HTML, so you can use a type selector to control the look of links. For example, the following rule makes links bold and red: a { font-weight: bold; color: red; } That’s fine as far as it goes, but it means that links will look the same, regardless of whether they have been visited or when the mouse passes over a link.

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