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  1. curly brackets.
  2. to structure content;
  3. serifs, such as the Arial font.
  4. Separating HTML and CSS into different files
  5. content without taking up additional display space.
  6. no new lines before or after the inlined element, but simply places the element between the content before and after the inlined element.
  7. «scrolling overflow».
  8. absolute positioning.
  9. property (which is a style attribute) and a value.
  10. unique within a particular HTML instance.
  11. /* This is the content of the file e1.css. */
    p {color: brown;}
    #slogan {
    font-size:20px;
    color: green;
    font-style: italic;
    }
  12. «float positioning» and «absolute positioning».
  13. HTML element you want to style.
  14. rounded borders, add shadows to boxes and text, use multiple images in a background, and use any font you like, whether it's on the user's computer or not.
  15. HTML file to a CSS file.
  16. Web pages and applications.
  17. Web page visitor's system.
  18. style of HTML elements.
  19. any font they choose.
  20. <link> element to the CSS file in the HTML page.
  21. technical material such as formulas, numbers, codes
  22. within the HTML file itself.
  23. value of «overflow».
  24. Garamond or Arial, or a wider family that includes many different fonts, such as "serif."
  25. selectors, the box model, 2D and 3D transformations, animations, and multiple column layout.
  26. CSS's «overflow» rule controls this.
  27. simultaneously without interfering with each other.
  28. «value» followed by a semi-colon terminator.
  29. browser or desktop.
  30. rules.
  31. '#'
  32. to the overflow content
  33. =lorem() into a blank document and pressing the Enter key.
  34. monospace family.
  35. CSS has always been used.
  36. width of an element.
  37. @import rule.
  38. URL to where the font is located if it's on a different Web server.
  39. HTML5
  40. styles in the CSS file.
  41. new lines above and below, and fills from left to right the horizontal extent where it appears.
  42. ends of particular letters;
  43. "pollute" a nice design with pieces out of place.
  44. @font-face {
    font-family: TrustyHomePage;
    src: url('Euphemia.ttf');
    }
  45. two sides of the display—the top and the right-hand sides, for example.
  46. comment.
  47. structure to a document beyond the meaning HTML builds in with elements such as paragraph, header, and so on.
  48. • HTML tags, like <p>...
    • ID selectors, like #slogan ...
    • Class selectors, ...
  49. a geometric position in the display.
  50. the content that follows it.
  51. invisible.
  52. Notepad.
  53. a «selector» and one or more «declarations».
  54. <link href = "filename.css" rel = "stylesheet" type = "text/css">
  55. «inline flow» and «block flow» properties in CSS.
  56. CSS
  57. around the element.
  58. all the letters of a block of text along with its background. CSS styling is expressed in terms of this box. The «bounding box» is not visible on Web pages by default.
  59. "web-safe" fonts.
  60. dummy text, commonly used in design circles.
  61. selection is by ID.
  62. HTML and JavaScript.
  63. appearance and even behavior of modern mobile applications as well as Web sites.
  64. rectangle.
  65. appearance of letters, numbers, and other characters.
  66. point to the font file.
  67. JavaScript and CSS.
  68. a hexadecimal value.
  69. to format that content.
  70. #0000FF.
  71. styling the content in the HTML files.
  72. "static", that is, immediately after the document's previous element.
  73. characters of a particular size and style.