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Lecture 8 - Creating Styles

Lecture 8 - Creating Styles

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Lecture 8 – Creating Styles
In this Lecture, we begin our discussion of CSS
Cascading Style Sheets
Here, we focus on constructing Individual Style Rules
Specifically, we survey theConstruction of Selectors,
which allowspin-point application of formatting.
As we shall see, we may target an Element for formattingbased on:
Elementtypeor name
Element’sclassor id 
Simple or complex information about the Element’scontext
The presence of attributes and values
 This will prepare us for related discussions of:
Methods of style application (e.g., style sheets)
Actual formatting patterns (declarations)
After establishing the basic structure of your page…
You will want to apply formatting rules.
This is accomplished separately, viaStyle Rules.
Soon, we will discuss application methods:
Applied separately, asInline style rules.
Applied in groups, via style sheets:
(Internal)style sheets;
Externalstyle sheets.
First, let’s discuss how to create style rules
And how to apply them to selected elements.
We will learn more about the actualpropertiesin the next lectures.
Today, our examples will stick to fairly obvious rules, like:
which sets the color propertyof the targeted element(s)
Here, to the value, red.
Let’s take a look at style rule structure.

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