CSS & CSS3. 20 Lessons to Successful Web Development by Robin Nixon

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By Robin Nixon

Master personal home page in 20 lessons--online video tutorials included!

Based at the author's winning on-line classes, this whole, built-in studying device presents easy-to-follow classes that function transparent factors, pattern code and workouts, and video tutorials.

Each lesson is designed to take you under an hour to complete.

PHP: 20 classes to winning net Development covers the fundamentals, together with constants, superglobals, operators, and arrays. subsequent, you'l research ow to paintings with multidimensional arrays, write unctions, manage items, construct net varieties, anage defense, use Ajax, and lots more and plenty extra. ogether, the booklet and virtually 5 hours of video education make studying Hypertext Preprocessor more uncomplicated than ever!

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10. How can you apply a shadow to an element? com/ nixoncss/. T he means by which you access one or more elements is called selection, and the part of a CSS rule that does this is known as a selector. As you might expect, there are many different varieties of selector. For example, you can select by the type of element to be styled (such as


, , and so on), by whether an element is contained within another (is descendant), by descendant elements that are direct children (and not grandchildren, for example), by IDs and classes, by the attributes given to an element (such as the target attribute in a link), universally (matching anything and everything), and even in groups (where a rule applies to more than one target).

34 Part I Basic CSS Generally you should always use classes in your CSS and only apply ID rules in cases where a class will not work (such as where JavaScript also needs access to an element). That way you can be sure your code will be as bug-free as possible, more web standards compliant, and more likely to validate. What’s more, HTML and CSS written with classes is much easier to reuse because you can often simply use your classes again (possibly in conjunction with another class to modify it) as you extend your web pages.

You can also choose to group a set of elements into a class by assigning a class name value to the class attribute of the elements. Any elements that make use of this class will then be affected by any rules that select them by class name. Note Actually there are other ways to style an element or group of elements, such as working through parts of the Document Object Model (DOM) an element at a time, but this can be quite cumbersome and is not recommended unless it’s the only approach that will achieve the result you require.

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