Part 4 of this Macromedia Dreamweaver CSS tutorial series provides an overview of how to configure specific link styles for Dreamweaver HTML pages using the CSS palette. You will also discover how to use CSS in Dreamweaver to make links look different in various parts of the same HTML document.
CSS: Cascading Style Sheets
CSS, otherwise known as Cascading Style Sheets, are a relatively new technology used in web design and web development today. They are a great way to save yourself some time, but if you have never used them before, they certainly can be a bit intimidating. Here, you will be able to find all the information you need in order to start using CSS in your web development projects.
Part 3 of this series on the functions for CSS in Dreamweaver highlights how to use the text properties available through the Dreamweaver CSS palette. CSS style properties include typeface, size, leading, weight, alignment and more.
If you are wondering what to expect with the release of CSS3, read this guide. This guide will explain some of the new rules you can expect to find when it is released.
As a web site designer you may or may not have ever heard of this CSS technique that can add a little style to your web site. So what is CSS Float theory and how does it apply to you or your website?
Clean CSS code will help you get around browser compatibility issues as well as making files easier to read and web pages faster to load.
CSS provides a means by which web designers can apply consistent formatting across a range of web pages and even between different sites. But it does come with drawbacks. This article looks at some of the costs as well as the benefits of using CSS.
CSS has been a major player in web development since its introduction in 1993, yet many new web developers continue to code their websites using HTML and tables to display information on their web pages. CSS offers an easier way to develop your websites, and it is relatively easy to learn as well.
Ever wonder how larger websites manage backgrounds? There’s really only a couple good ways and using CSS is one of the easiest.
This tutorial shows you how to set up your table attributes in your Cascading Style Sheet and how to reference them in your individual HTML web pages. It also shows you how to create separate table classes and reference them so you can create the exact look you want for your web pages.
This tutorial shows you how to set up header tags and paragraph tags in your cascading style sheet and also how to create new classes in order to have text in different styles.
An example of how to set styles with various style tags using CSS selectors.
Learn the history behind CSS and find out how it can help you design a better web site.
If you plan to use CSS for background images in your web page then here is the information for you to get started.
A brief look at the desire for rounded corners, the difficulties involved, and advice about where to find guidance to create them from websites.