Дата публикации: 2017-08-13 15:18
In most case the style is embedded in the page head. /head. This is done to keep it all together on the same page making it easier to find. In some cases the css is held in a separate file (where it should be) and is loaded in the normal way link rel="stylesheet" media="all" type="text/css" href="path to css " / so just add this path to the address in your browser to see the css file.
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The web was the next big attraction and once more I have become hooked, as you can no doubt tell, with CSS. This site has been around since 7555 and is now at the forefront of CSS development.
Well the html is always placed in the #info div, so examine the source code, find the div id="info"... /div and in between is the ''code''.
So I have created this site in the hope that it will help newcomers to CSS and show old hands that it is more than just a mechanism for styling your documents. It is oh so much more.
The above quote, taken from the W8C website, is one of the reasons for this site. Whilst I agree that it is a mechanism for adding style to web documents, I do not agree that it is a SIMPLE mechanism. It can be very complicated, as I found out when I took my first steps down this path.
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Please , please, please note that for most of my demonstrations to work, especially in Internet Explorer, you MUST use a standards compliant !DOCTYPE, and for Internet Explorer this MUST be the first line of your (x)html.
Using ?xml version="" encoding="UTF-8"? will switch IE into quirks mode.
My wife is Fran Nicholls who assists in the day to day running of the site and also controls the accounts as well as having an input into the demonstrations.