This beginner guide demonstrates how cascading style sheets
can be used to define styles to items in Web pages, rather than format each item individually.
The utility creates Cascading Style Sheets
(CSS), supporting both level 1 and level 2 CSS standards, as defined by the World Wide Web Consortium.
This text for web designers offers thoughtful discussion on how to create cascading style sheets
and how to apply those in progressively more advanced design tasks.
Using library collection records as examples, Ng (Queens College, CUNY) explains the structure of an XML encoded document, illustrates the role of cascading style sheets
(CSS), and introduces document type definitions (DTD).
Designed and written specifically to enable librarians to utilize XML to create and organize documents, fine-tune documents with special characters, using Cascading Style Sheets
, and displaying information on a library website, "Using XML: a How-To-Do-It Manual and CD-ROM For Librarians by Kwong Bor NG (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, Queens College, CUNY) truly lives up to its promise as a 'librarian friendly' instructional manual which deftly combines a clearly written, step-by-step presentation with an accompanying CD-ROM which reproduces every exercise so librarians can compare their work on a chapter-by-chapter basis to insure that the documents they create are displaying properly.
Cascading style sheets
are the heart of some of the most popular web sites but getting them to work with HTML can be frustrating.
After using the O'Reilly publication Cascading style sheets
: The definitive guide, written by Eric Meyer, I was anxious to receive Meyer's new book, cascading style sheets
In spite of concerted developer action, Microsoft's next major release of its Internet Explorer web browser, IE5, going to come out without 100% support for the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)'s Cascading Style Sheets
Implement Cascading Style Sheets
, Themes and Master Pages for overall consistency
He assumes readers to be comfortable with simple HTML, but not necessarily with Cascading Style Sheets
The second half of the book focuses on writing proper cascading style sheets
(CSS) code and getting XHTML documents to pay attention to source instructions.
The chapters that describe cascading style sheets