Appendix C. Cascading Style Sheet Quick Reference


Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) allow for advanced placement and rendering of text and graphics on your pages. Using style sheets, you can apply text, images, and multimedia to your web pages with great precision. This appendix provides a quick reference to CSS1, as well as those properties and values that are included in the CSS2 recommendation dated May 12, 1998. This is the most current version of this document at press time.

Note

This appendix is based on the information provided in the Cascading Style Sheets, Level 2 W3C recommendation dated May 12, 1998, which can be found at http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/.


To make the information readily accessible, this appendix organizes CSS properties in the following order:

  • Block-level properties

  • Background and color properties

  • Box model properties

  • Font properties

  • List properties

  • Text properties

  • Visual effects properties

  • Aural style sheet properties

  • Generated content/automatic numbering properties

  • Paged media properties

  • User interface properties

  • Cascading Style Sheet units




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