CSS (Cascading Style Sheet)
Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) is a separate language with its own syntax, which is enable you to lay out web pages exactly as you want them. This chapter starts by discussing the basics of how CSS works and how you apply them in an HTML document. The chapter begins with a brief overview of the history of Cascading Style Sheets, and then show you how to style a web page with CSS. As HTML grew, it came to encompass a wider variety of stylistic capabilities to meet the demands of web programmers. So this chapter discusses the various levels and profiles of CSS in detail.
Later in this chapter you will then learn how to control the visual aspect of a web page, such as the position of HTML elements, text styles, backgrounds, colors and images, and much more. This chapter also discusses the CSS rules and various types of selectors and show you how to use these types of selectors in an HTML document.
This chapter leads you through how to write CSS so that it is compatible with all of the most popular web browsers . This CSS Tutorial focuses on the most popular browsers available at the time of this writing.