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Using Cascading Style Sheets in Dreamweaver 3 and 4

You can separate appearance from content (or style from substance) Using Cascading Style Sheets in Dreamweaver 3 and 4 (CSS). This article explains what Cascading Style Sheets are and how they relate to individual HTML tags (such as <FONT FACE="Arial" SIZE="4"> ) and the Dreamweaver HTML Styles. It also describes how to use CSS in individual documents and throughout your site.

What are styles?
Why use styles to change the appearance of text?
Using linked style sheets
Creating a tag style
Creating a selector style
Creating a class style
Creating a linked style sheet
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Jed Hartman

Jed Hartman is a lead technical writer on the Dreamweaver documentation team.


Cascading Style Sheet, class style, format text, selector style, style, tag style

22 February 2000

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