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  1. A region receives as much content as it can hold and then flows the remaining content into the ___
  2. CSS3 multi-column layout uses the concept of the "column box" to refer to the container that ___
  3. column-rule ? ___
  4. ..then you would create the 'named flow' using a CSS selector that specifies the data source: ___
  5. column-fill ? ___
  6. The main CSS properties you use to create and manipulate multiple columns in an HTML document are: ___
  7. You must (also) use the -ms- vendor prefix with the «flow-into» and ___
  8. column-rule-width ? ___
  9. To use any CSS Exclusions properties for rendering in Internet Explorer 10, add the ___
  10. To create a simple CSS exclusion, use the «wrap-flow: both» property to display content on ___
  11. Another option is to use «wrap-flow: clear», which displays content above and ___
  12. The value for the «flow-from» property must match the 'named flow' value of the ___
  13. Within the content source, the element that contains the content to be flowed is assigned the ___
  14. -ms-hyphenate-limit-lines, specifies the maximum number of consecutive hyphenated lines that ___
  15. wrap-margin ? ___
  16. shape-inside ? ___
  17. To implement CSS Regions, you need to specify a content source and ___
  18. «Hyphenation» is the process of connecting two words with a hyphen mark (-) or ___
  19. break-after ? ___
  20. CSS Regions lets you flow content between ___
  21. the «flow-from» CSS property creates the ___
  22. A «positioned float» is a CSS construct that enables you to position images, text, and boxes ___
  23. To control the size of the gutter between columns, use the ___
  24. You declare an exclusion shape using the «shape-inside» and «shape-outside» properties, which define the ___
  25. Desktop publishing software makes it easy to connect content in different areas, so that changes made to one area allows content to ___
  26. In order for CSS Regions to work, content flow can't affect the height of a region—you need to define region heights in your CSS so they are ___
  27. wrap-flow ? ___
  28. -ms-hyphenate-limit-chars: ___ ?
  29. Positioned floats, now called CSS Exclusions, enable you to completely wrap text around ___
  30. You could accomplish multiple columns using the «columns property», which is a shorthand way of ___
  31. CSS Regions are defined areas (regions) of an HTML document where content can flow. When there's too much content to fit in one region, the remaining content automatically ___
  32. You can also create a float in any shape: ___
  33. hyphens: auto ? ___
  34. Today, CSS Regions, CSS Exclusions, and multi-column layouts help you ___
  35. column-span ? ___
  36. To create content containers, assign a class name to the elements you want to use as containers: ___
  37. <style>
    .tricolumn { column-count: 3; }
    </style>

    We modified the code for all four of the major browsers : ___
  38. To specify whether an element such as a heading should span columns, use the ___
  39. With CSS Exclusions, you can control the position of a float precisely, at a specified distance from the ___
  40. column-width ? ___
  41. «region-overflow» is set to either ___
  42. Microsoft and Adobe collaborated with the W3C to create the ___
  43. Using the «break» value for «region-overflow» will prevent content from ___
  44. Generally, automatic hyphenation attempts to justify text at the ___
  45. break-inside ? ___
  46. hyphens: manual ? ___
  47. For example, if you want overflow content to continue to flow and be visible, you would use the following syntax: ___
  48. CSS Regions are ___
  49. The "column box" is between the content box and the ___
  50. An HTML document with content containers acts as a master page, like a ___
  51. column-rule-color ? ___
  52. Content flow has, historically, been a manual ___
  53. To specify whether an element such as a heading should span columns, use the «columns-pan» property. This property is set to a number of columns to span or uses the «all» (column-span: all;) or «none» keywords, which means an element spans all columns or ___
  54. «column-rule»: ___
  55. msRegionOverflow: ___
  56. Using the «break» value for «region-overflow» will prevent content from overflowing the last region, truncating the content at that point. The syntax is:
  57. The DOM is a W3C specification that ___
  58. «column-count»: ___
  59. -ms-hyphenate-limit-zone: ___ ?
  60. if your entire HTML document is in the same language (English, for example) and you want to enable automatic hyphenation, add the attribute to your HTML element or doctype declaration, such as: ___
  61. You can also have multiple sources and assign the «flow-into» property to ___
  62. If there is still content left over after all regions are filled, one of three situations can occur: ___
  63. The DOM allows programs and scripts to update content, structure, and styles on the ___
  64. You can control how the last region handles overflow content using the ___
  65. Now let's add a «column rule». This property sets the width, style, and color of the rule between all columns. The syntax for a dashed blue line that's 3 pixels wide is: ___
  66. As you can see, the column-related properties provide flexible content display with ____
  67. break-before ? ___
  68. Hyphenation breaks words between syllables at the end of lines to create a more ___
  69. Now let's add a «column rule». This property sets the ___
  70. ..then create a CSS selector that specifies the data source from which to accept the content flow: ___
  71. A «content source» may be one or more blocks of text in the same or a separate HTML document that holds the ___
  72. Microsoft recommends using CSS Regions for page layout and JavaScript when ___
  73. In order for CSS Regions to work, content flow can't affect the ___
  74. wrap-padding ? ___
  75. Although CSS3 enables you to use multi-column layout to separate content into columns, «CSS Regions» offer ___
  76. columns ? ___
  77. This code uses the column-count property to create three columns : ___
  78. The following markup with inline CSS uses the -ms-hyphens property, which is set to auto: ___
  79. CSS3 properties for «multi-column layout» let you create columns by dividing text across multiple columns, specify the amount of space that appears between columns (the gap), make vertical lines (___) appear between columns, and define where columns break.
  80. shape-outside ? ___
  81. CSS3 introduces the hyphens property, which controls hyphenation. The property uses the values ___
  82. ...The following code uses the auto value for column width: ___
  83. For example, the following shows an «iframe» element with a unique ID, which you would add to a master page: ___
  84. -ms-hyphenate-limit-chars, specifies the minimum number of characters in a word that may be hyphenated; if the character count is lower than the minimum, ___
  85. msRegionUpdate: ___
  86. Because CSS3 columns are still a work in progress, you may need to add vendor prefixes to ___
  87. column-count ? ___
  88. Within the content source, the element that contains the content to be flowed is assigned the «flow-into» CSS property. The value of this property is called a ___
  89. Microsoft's method of implementing CSS Regions varies a ___
  90. Hyphenation, which breaks words between syllables at the end of lines, is also important to ___
  91. «column-gap»: ___
  92. CSS3 properties for «multi-column layout» let you create columns by dividing text across multiple columns, specify the amount of space that appears between columns ( ___ ), make vertical lines (rules) appear between columns, and define where columns break.
  93. column-rule-style ? ___
  94. column-gap ? ___
  95. CSS3 introduces the «hyphens» property, which controls ___
  96. Positioned floats are called ___
  97. Microsoft provides additional hyphenation properties that are specific to Microsoft environments, as follows: ___
  98. In a typical HTML document, you can display content in different sections or areas, but ___
  99. Multi-column properties used in CSS3 : ___
  100. -ms-hyphenate-limit-lines: ___ ?
  101. To implement CSS Regions, you need to specify a content source and content containers. You accomplish both tasks using the ___
  102. You can also enable hyphenation to properly break words at the end of lines, which avoids the ___
  103. «content containers», which are ___
  104. «CSS Regions» allows developers to dynamically flow ___
  105. A «content source» may be one or more blocks of text in the same or a separate HTML document that holds the content you want to flow through a layout. The content is referred to as a ___
  106. To control the size of the gutter between columns, use the column-gap property. This property uses an integer value or the keyword «normal»: ___
  107. Hyphenation is highly useful for multi-column layouts to ___
  108. Microsoft also uses the «-ms-wrap-side» and «-ms-flow-wrap» properties, which aren't part of the ___
  109. wrap ? ___
  110. wrap-through ? ___
  111. The W3C points out that you must declare a language using the HTML lang or XML xml:lang attributes for ___
  112. msGetRegionContent: ___
  113. You combine CSS Regions with CSS layout techniques, such as ___
  114. «region-overflow» is set to either «auto» or «break». Using the «auto» value, you can ___
  115. Microsoft uses «iframes», which are like mini boxes on a Web page that contain ___
  116. CSS3 enables you to create multi-column layouts that work much like ___
  117. hyphens: none ? ___
  118. -ms-hyphenate-limit-zone, specifies the width of the trailing whitespace (called the hyphenation zone) that ___
  119. W3C properties related to CSS Exclusions: ___
  120. This example sets column-width to 15em, which means the multi-column element will have a column width of 15 ems (or 15 times the width of the font size of the content in the column): ___
  121. You can now create multiple columns - newspaper style - in HTML documents that scale based on ___
  122. Another way to use the «columns property» is to ___
  1. a reflow properly to other connected areas.
  2. b flow content dynamically.
  3. c template, in which each container is sized and positioned where you want content to appear, but each container is initially empty.
  4. d «column-gap property».
  5. e specify the overflow property as «visible» or «hidden».
  6. f #main-data-source {
    -ms-flow-into: main;
    }
  7. g can be left in a line before hyphenation occurs;
  8. h content container, which is a CSS Region.
  9. i Inserts a break within the generated column box
  10. j the user's screen size.
  11. k eliminate white space within columns left by long words that automatically wrap to the next line, making text appear more professional.
  12. l Inserts a break after the generated column box
  13. m better control of content flow in more complex layouts.
  14. n multiple elements.
  15. o Specifies the gap between the columns, which is also known as the gutter or alley
  16. p Specifies the color of the rule between columns
  17. q rectangular, circular, triangular, and just about anything in between.
  18. r .region {
    region-overflow: auto;
    overflow:visible;
    }
  19. s Allows you to manipulate regions dynamically
  20. t the word is not hyphenated
  21. u columns, flexboxes, and grid layouts.
  22. v Specifies the width of a column or columns
  23. w content in the original CSS Box model.
  24. x right margin.
  25. y <p style="-ms-hyphens: auto; text-align: justify; font-size: 14pt;">
    Hyphenation is the process of connecting . . . more professional.
    </p>
  26. z Handles content overflow, similar to the region-overflow property
  27. aa content you want to flow through a layout.
  28. ab W3C specification.
  29. ac «region-overflow» and «overflow» properties.
  30. ad A script method defined by Microsoft as returning "an array of Range instances corresponding to the content from the region flow that is positioned in the region"
  31. ae holds content and displays it in columns.
  32. af «CSS Exclusions» in the latest W3C specification.
  33. ag -ms-hyphenate-limit-zone, -ms-hyphenate-limit-chars, -ms-hyphenate-limit-lines
  34. ah <style>
    .tricolumn {
    column-count: 3;
    }
    </style>
    ...
    <div class="tricolumn">
    Lorem ipsum . . orci.
    </div>
  35. ai «flow-from» properties.
  36. aj Prevents hyphenation
  37. ak Enables automatic hyphenation of words based on line-break opportunities within words or by a "language-appropriate hyphenation resource"
  38. al Specifies the width of the trailing whitespace (called the hyphenation zone) that can be left in a line before hyphenation occurs; the property's value is a length in pixels or a percentage
  39. am describes the structure of dynamic HTML and Extensible Markup Language (XML) documents in a way that allows a Web browser to manipulate.
  40. an Specifies the gap between columns
  41. ao correct automatic hyphenation to occur.
  42. ap bit from the W3C
  43. aq not flexible.
  44. ar <style>
    .tricolumn {
    -ms-column-count: 3;
    -moz-column-count: 3;
    -o-column-count: 3;
    -webkit-column-count: 3;
    }
    </style>
  45. as neighboring or distant areas in an HTML document.
  46. at auto or break.
  47. au «flow-into» property—this is how the content source and content container are associated.
  48. av Specifies the width of the rule between
    columns
  49. aw Creates a vertical line in the gap between columns and sets the width, style (single or double line, solid, dashed, 3D, etc.) and color of the rule
  50. ax content and the general shape of an exclusion, respectively.
  51. ay Modifies a shape's contents
  52. az breaking words between syllables at the end of a line.
  53. ba shape-outside, shape-inside, wrap, wrap-flow, wrap-margin, wrap-padding, wrap-through
  54. bb 'named flow'.
  55. bc Specifies how content should wrap around an exclusion element
  56. bd Specifies the minimum number of characters in a word that may be hyphenated; if the character count is lower than the minimum, the word is not hyphenated
  57. be fly - anything in an HTML or XML file can be modified.
  58. bf Specifies how to fill columns; balances content equally between columns, if possible, or fills columns sequentially
  59. bg fluid layouts, enabling full justification of standalone paragraphs and those in columns.
  60. bh concept of CSS Regions for Web-based content flow.
  61. bi external content embedded in an HTML document, as the content source.
  62. bj Sets the number of columns an element will use
  63. bk Provides an offset for content outside the element
  64. bl setting the number of columns and the column width in one declaration.
  65. bm may contain hyphenated words
  66. bn «flow-into» and «flow-from» CSS properties.
  67. bo column-related property names.
  68. bp <iframe id="main-data-source" src="source.html" />
  69. bq defined areas (regions) of an HTML document where content can flow.
  70. br Specifies the maximum number of consecutive hyphenated lines that may contain hyphenated words
  71. bs the gap
  72. bt the columns feature in Microsoft Word.
  73. bu Enables hyphenation of words based only on line-break opportunities within words
  74. bv Specifies whether an element should span no columns or all columns
  75. bw anywhere in an HTML document and then wrap text completely around these elements.
  76. bx Sets the column-width and column-count properties simultaneously
  77. by flows into the next region.
  78. bz column-count, column-gap, column-rule
  79. ca top, bottom, left, or right sides of a container.
  80. cb hyphenation.
  81. cc .region {
    -ms-flow-from: main;
    }
  82. cd next region.
  83. ce overflowing the last region, truncating the content at that point.
  84. cf Is a shorthand property that sets the column-rule-width, column-rule-style, and column-rule-color properties at the same place in a style sheet
  85. cg columns: auto 15em;
  86. ch height of a region
  87. ci The overflow content in the last region will:
    • Be truncated
    • Continue overflowing and be visible
    • Continue overflowing but be hidden
  88. cj -ms- vendor prefix.
  89. ck "content stream."
  90. cl Is a shorthand method of setting the wrap-flow, wrap-margin, and wrap-padding properties in one declaration
  91. cm assign a number value to column-width and leave column-count set to auto.
  92. cn column-gap: 3em;
  93. co Specifies how exclusions affect inline
    content within block-level elements
  94. cp none, manual, and auto
  95. cq procedure in HTML documents.
  96. cr developing Metro style apps in Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10.
  97. cs content across multiple boxes, or containers, in HTML documents with fluid layouts.
  98. ct <!doctype html>
    <html lang="en-us">
    or
    <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"
    xml:lang="en" lang="en">
  99. cu minimal CSS declarations.
  100. cv Sets the number of columns an element should be divided into; can also use the «columns» property with values to set «column-count» and «column-width» properties simultaneously
  101. cw images, shapes, and containers of text.
  102. cx width, style, and color of the rule between all columns.
  103. cy column-rule: 3px dashed blue;
  104. cz .tricolumn { columns: 3 auto; }
  105. da «columns-span» property.
  106. db rules
  107. dc <div class="region"></div>
    <div class="region"></div>
  108. dd the areas into which content is flowed.
  109. de all sides of the exclusion.
  110. df «flow-into» CSS property.
  111. dg Inserts a break before the generated column box
  112. dh does not span any columns, respectively.
  113. di Provides a pad (an offset) for content inside an element
  114. dj each area is independent. If you want overflow text to move from one area to another, you generally have to do so manually.
  115. dk below the exclusion but leaves the sides blank.
  116. dl break-after, break-before, break-inside, column-count, column-fill, column-gap, column-rule, column-rule-color, column-rule-style, column-rule-width, column-span, column-width, columns
  117. dm content containers.
  118. dn uniform right margin and eliminate gaps of whitespace within paragraphs.
  119. do Specifies the style of the rule between columns, such as «solid» or «double», «dashed», and so on
  120. dp .region {
    region-overflow:break;
    }
  121. dq problem of long words wrapping to the next line and leaving a gap on the previous line.
  122. dr Creates the general shape of an exclusion