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Autor     Richard Schwartz
Titel    Web Site Construction Tips & Tricks
Verlag    OnWord Press (imprint of Thomson Learning)
Jahr    2001

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[For the first time Cascading Style] Sheets (CSS) gave Web developers more control over style and layout. Style sheets work like templates where the style for a particular HTML element is defined once, and is then used over and over on any number of Web pages. In order to change how an element looks, the style sheet is modified and the element automatically changes wherever it appears. Before CSS, the only way to change the element was individually, each time it appeared. Style sheets let Webdesigners quickly create more consistent pages, and more consistent sites. Both Netscape and Internet Explorer support Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), which give Web developers more control over style and layout. (Style sheets made a limited appearance in Internet Explorer 3.0, but not in Navigator 3.0.)

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Style sheets work like templates—you define the style for a particular HTML element once, and then use it over and over on any number of Web pages. If you want to change how an element looks, you just change the style: the element automatically changes wherever it appears. (Before CSS, you had to change the element individually, each time it appeared.) Style sheets let Web designers quickly create more consistent pages—and more consistent sites.

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