CSS Tutorialsparagraph, is a small piece of paper with the content of the element written on it. Around each piece of paper is some amount of clear plastic; this plastic represents the margins. The first piece of paper (say an H1 piece) is laid down on the canvas (browser window). The second (a paragraph) is laid below it and then slid up until the edge of one of the piece's plastic touches the edge of the other's content. If the first piece of paper has half an inch of plastic along its bottom edge, and the second has a third of an inch along its top, then when they slide together, the first piece's plastic will touch the top edge of the second
Welcome to the CSS Tutorials. In this section we cover Cascading Style Sheets, the powerful supplement to HTML that allows you complete control over the look of your websites. We'll show you how to create Cascading Style Sheets, and some of the cool tricks you can achieve with them.
Introduction to CSS
For Intermediate Users...
Controlling Background Images and Colours
Controlling Fonts with CSS
Controlling Text Appearance with CSS
Making Lists Look Nicer with CSS
For Advanced Users...
This should cause the document to be reloaded whenever the browserwindow is resized in any version of Navigator 4.
The script used for this trick was adopted from a technique presentedin the Netscape Developer's Edge article "Determining