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Using cascading style sheets (CSS) is one of the signs that programmers know what they are doing when building web sites, Freelance designer and enthusiastic open source community member York guides novices through the practical steps of a project using CSS, including the mental steps needed to decide to use CSS in the first place, document standards (HTML, XML, XHTML), basics of CSS anatomy and syntax, data types, key words, color, length, the URI, CSS selectors, including pseudo-element and pseudo-class selectors, inheritance and the cascade, text and font manipulation, liquid design and the CSS box model, collapsing margins, floating, vertical alignment, styling lists and the user interface, backgrounds, positioning, styling for handheld devices and print, styling tables, styling XML, and cross-browser compatibility. York includes a quick- reference summary and exercises in each chapter, as well as exercise answers, CSS reference, CSS colors and browser rendering modes in appendices
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Richard Ernest "Dickie" York (25 April 1899 – 9 December 1969) was an English footballer, who in addition to a long club career with Aston Villa in the Football League appeared twice for the England national team.
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