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  1. One of the original principles of HTML is that the appearance of an element is controlled not only by CSS but also by the way the end user configures his or her ___"static", that is, immediately after the document's previous element.

          

  2. «Hidden» overflow keeps a design under control: it guarantees that overflow won't ___invisible.

          

  3. The font must be located on your Web server, or you can include a ___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.

          

  4. With «absolute positioning», an element is removed from its position within the body of a document and placed at ___a geometric position in the display.

          

  5. The "Lorem ipsum" text is called filler or ___dummy text, commonly used in design circles.

          

  6. CSS makes it possible to limit the width of an element. What happens if the element doesn't fit in the space CSS defines for it? ___CSS's «overflow» rule controls this.

          

  7. When you create an HTML page and want to pull styles from a CSS file, you must include a ___<link> element to the CSS file in the HTML page.

          

  8. For now, think of selectors as one of the following three: ___HTML element you want to style.

          

  9. CSS's responsibility is ___to structure content;

          

  10. The separation of HTML and CSS helps make it possible for two people to work ___'#'

          

  11. The general syntax of a «declaration» consists of a «property» keyword followed by a colon and space, and then a ___<link href = "filename.css" rel = "stylesheet" type = "text/css">

          

  12. In HTML documents, it's standard practice to maintain HTML files, which contain content, and simply reference a separate CSS file, which contains code for ___styling the content in the HTML files.

          

  13. The default positioning method for all elements is ___HTML file to a CSS file.

          

  14. You can manage the flow of content in an HTML document using ___Separating HTML and CSS into different files

          

  15. HTML and CSS support a number of ways to specify where individual HTML elements appear within a display. The two most important for our purposes are ___«float positioning» and «absolute positioning».

          

  16. «Class» is an attribute a Web author uses to provide ___structure to a document beyond the meaning HTML builds in with elements such as paragraph, header, and so on.

          

  17. Content between / and / in a CSS file is called a ___comment.

          

  18. Here's an example of a rule for a font named Euphemia that's located on your own Web server : ___<link href = "filename.css" rel = "stylesheet" type = "text/css">

          

  19. The font-family property can declare either a specific font, like ___"static", that is, immediately after the document's previous element.

          

  20. background-color does not apply to the ___ends of particular letters;

          

  21. CSS3 also lets you create ___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.

          

  22. Notice that an ID should be ___unique within a particular HTML instance.

          

  23. When an element overflows its box, and its overflow is set to scroll, all the content of the element stays within the box; none of the overflow appears outside the box. This is referred to as __«scrolling overflow».

          

  24. «Inline flow» "fits." It forces ___no new lines before or after the inlined element, but simply places the element between the content before and after the inlined element.

          

  25. the symbol # is a prefix that determines that ___selection is by ID.

          

  26. "Separation of content and style" ? ___technical material such as formulas, numbers, codes

          

  27. «Float positioning» often is useful when a layout is in columns, at least in part. To float an element is to have it move as far as possible either to the right or left; text then "wraps" ___"static", that is, immediately after the document's previous element.

          

  28. The <link> element links an ___HTML file to a CSS file.

          

  29. to use the standard blue color, the color name is "blue" and the hexadecimal value is ___#0000FF.

          

  30. A CSS file typically contains a sequence of style specifications or rules and might include an initial ___@import rule.

          

  31. scrollbars give the user a chance to see all the ___ends of particular letters;

          

  32. In the new «@font-face rule» you must first define a name for the font (e.g. myFirstFont), and then ___point to the font file.

          

  33. When you view letters and characters on a page, look at them as marks rather than letters. Each HTML element occupies a ___rectangle.

          

  34. HTML's responsibility is ___to structure content;

          

  35. «Sans serif» fonts are simply type styles drawn without ___serifs, such as the Arial font.

          

  36. The «declaration» is the style for a specific selector. A declaration has a ___structure to a document beyond the meaning HTML builds in with elements such as paragraph, header, and so on.

          

  37. Visible overflow writes over ___value of «overflow».

          

  38. A «font» is a set of ___characters of a particular size and style.

          

  39. Content is managed as HTML and style as ___unique within a particular HTML instance.

          

  40. Separation of content and presentation helps you conform more closely with HTML5, which is becoming the new standard for ___Web pages and applications.

          

  41. CSS is a crucial tool for achievement of much of the ___content without taking up additional display space.

          

  42. Each individual rule has two primary parts: ___a «selector» and one or more «declarations».

          

  43. An HTML file might have a name like myproject.html or file1.htm; a typical CSS filename is myproject.css. Their contents also look quite different: HTML source is organized around tags, while, as you'll see below, CSS is a sequence of ___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.

          

  44. Be careful with IDs. You probably understand that they need to be unique within your HTML. They can also appear in ___selection is by ID.

          

  45. «Cascading Style Sheets» (CSS) is a language that defines ___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.

          

  46. When working on a small, standalone HTML file in which the styles probably won't change, it's acceptable to include CSS styling code ___CSS

          

  47. In «block flow», in contrast to inline flow, an element is separated from other elements by ___CSS's «overflow» rule controls this.

          

  48. the prefix for a class is period (.), the prefix for an ID is a ___selection is by ID.

          

  49. The HTML «bounding box» is a rectangle that includes ___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.

          

  50. For mobile applications, in contrast to the majority of Web applications, it is relatively common to use ___absolute positioning.

          

  51. when you include «font-family: monospace» in a CSS file, you tell the browser to choose characters where each letter occupies the same width on a line, whether the letter itself is as wide as "m" or as narrow as "i." You aren't specifying a specific monospace font; you are specifying only the ___comment.

          

  52. It's easy to generate dummy text in Word, for example, by typing ___=lorem() into a blank document and pressing the Enter key.

          

  53. Serifs are the details at the ___ends of particular letters;

          

  54. CSS3 is the version of CSS that corresponds to ___HTML5

          

  55. you need to understand CSS well and how CSS co-operates with other tools including ___• HTML tags, like <p>...
    • ID selectors, like #slogan ...
    • Class selectors, ...

          

  56. You can create CSS files entirely from a simple text editor like ___Notepad.

          

  57. Some of the significant additions to CSS3 are ___selectors, the box model, 2D and 3D transformations, animations, and multiple column layout.

          

  58. The «selector» is usually the ___HTML element you want to style.

          

  59. Typography has to do with the ___appearance of letters, numbers, and other characters.

          

  60. A declaration is within ___characters of a particular size and style.

          

  61. "Geometric position" here means a location a definite distance from ___two sides of the display—the top and the right-hand sides, for example.

          

  62. CSS3 provides the «@font-face rule», which enables developers to use ___content without taking up additional display space.

          

  63. This example has two rules, one for "p" and one for #slogan. The first rule applies to all content within all paragraph tags (or type) <p> on the Web page. The second rule applies only to the unique HTML element with ID "slogan." : ___/* This is the content of the file e1.css. */
    p {color: brown;}
    #slogan {
    font-size:20px;
    color: green;
    font-style: italic;
    }

          

  64. CSS3 generally adds features and functionality rather than changing how ___CSS has always been used.

          

  65. CSS makes it possible to limit the ___width of an element.

          

  66. With CSS3, websites can finally use fonts other than the pre selected ___structure to a document beyond the meaning HTML builds in with elements such as paragraph, header, and so on.

          

  67. An example of correct syntax for a <link> is as follows:<link href = "filename.css" rel = "stylesheet" type = "text/css">

          

  68. Prior to CSS3, developers had to use Web-safe fonts and/or fonts the developer knew was installed on a ___URL to where the font is located if it's on a different Web server.

          

  69. «Visible» is the default ___technical material such as formulas, numbers, codes

          

  70. With «hidden» overflow, the overflow simply becomes ___the content that follows it.

          

  71. You can specify color using a name or ___a hexadecimal value.

          

  72. if you misspell the CSS file name, or "stylesheet," or "text/css" within the HTML page markup, the resulting Web page doesn't apply any of the ___Separating HTML and CSS into different files

          

  73. «Monospace» is often used for ___technical material such as formulas, numbers, codes