cascading style sheet


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cascading style sheet

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(Computer Science) computing a file recording style details, such as fonts, colours, etc, that is read by browsers so that style is consistent over multiple web pages. Abbreviation: CSS
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Whether you're a business person who wants to ensure that your web site is in compliance with the latest W3C standards, a web designer who needs to convert a library of HTML files to XHTML format, a webmaster who needs to convert a site to Cascading Style Sheets, or a new site owner who needs an easy-to-use tool to build a stylish, modern site, TopStyle Pro provides the right tools.
The Cascading Style Sheet standard, currently being championed by W3C will enable Web masters to adjust the characteristics of a potentially limitless number of documents by changing a single style sheet.
New support for Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) enables users to deliver hybrid sites that blend Flash and HTML with a consistent look and feel.
This principle, called inheritance, is similar to the behavior of Cascading Style Sheets, and allows the user to develop XML Schemas that best suit their needs, without buidling an entirely new vocabulary from scratch.
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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a computer language that controls the style of web pages beyond the basic organization of information that is handled by HTML (Hypertext Markup Language).
HTML document can also refer to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to define the appearance and layout of text and other material.
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