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CSS3 Solutions pp 125-150 | Cite as

  • Marco Casario
  • Nathalie Wormser
  • Dan Saltzman
  • Anselm Bradford
  • Jonathan Reid
  • Francesco Improta
  • Aaron Congleton
Chapter

Abstract

When viewing the source HTML code of a page, it’s readily apparent that the content is separated using HTML tags. Paragraphs of text are surrounded by <p> and </p> tags, the main navigational menu is surrounded by <nav> and </nav> tags, and so forth. The HTML is defining what content is nested inside what other content on the page—it’s defining the content’s structure. It’s like a rough sketch of the layout of a house, which shows what rooms go where but doesn’t indicate their exact dimensions, color, or other properties of their appearance. The task of describing the appearance of a web page is left to the domain of CSS.

Keywords

Source Image Background Image Rounded Corner Code Snippet Multiple Background 
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Copyright information

© Marco Casario 2012

Authors and Affiliations

  • Marco Casario
    • 1
  • Nathalie Wormser
    • 2
  • Dan Saltzman
    • 3
  • Anselm Bradford
    • 4
  • Jonathan Reid
    • 5
  • Francesco Improta
  • Aaron Congleton
  1. 1.RomeItaly
  2. 2.MoulinsFrance
  3. 3.DenverUS
  4. 4.BenningtonUS
  5. 5.SunnyvaleUS

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