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Lessons.Ch11. CSS text in Dreamweaver – absolute positioning in a style sheet

[overview] [/overview] [text] An absolutely positioned element uses a preset position on the page. A containment block is used for the positioning the components in the 'header'. Components in the header will be positioned a specific distance from the top … Continue reading

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Lessons.Ch11. CSS text in Dreamweaver – applying a new font style

[overview] [/overview] [text] You can create new font styles using your  'Apply Styles' panel, then apply those styles to text on your page. There are 2 sections to this lesson.. the 'prep' and the 'action'. With the prep, we'll demonstrate … Continue reading

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Lessons.Ch11. CSS text in Dreamweaver – attaching a new style sheet

[overview] [/overview] [text] You can create your own style sheets and attach them to any web page in your site… To attach a new style sheet open your web page open the CSS STYLES panel click on the Attach Style … Continue reading

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Lessons.Ch11. CSS text in Dreamweaver – changing a font style

[overview] [/overview] [text] To change a font style open the 'CSS Styles' panel open your style sheet select the font style you want to change click on the Edit Rule… icon edit the Properties for this font style in the … Continue reading

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Lessons.Ch11. CSS text in Dreamweaver – creating a new style sheet

[overview] [/overview] [text] You can create a new style sheet, then apply that style sheet to a web page. If you plan on using new font styles, then it's highly recommened that you create a new style sheet, and add … Continue reading

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Lessons.Ch11. CSS text in Dreamweaver – creating a new style

[overview] [/overview] [text] You can create as many new font styles as you need, and then apply these styles to the text on your template pages or Library pages. If you want to use your own font styles, we recommend … Continue reading

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Lessons.Ch11. CSS text in Dreamweaver – global styles vs. in page style formatting

[overview] [/overview] [text] A global style is set into a style sheet, which is linked into your web page. If you open the Site /styles folder, you'll see a list of style sheets. These style sheets are global as they … Continue reading

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Lessons.Ch11. CSS text in Dreamweaver – global styles

[overview] [/overview] [text] Global styles are shared by several or all of your template pages. The advantage of using global style sheets is the consitency provided to the page layouts and font stylings to name a couple. Global styles allow … Continue reading

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Lessons.Ch11. CSS text in Dreamweaver – hyperlink styles – underscore

[overview] [/overview] [text] Hyperlinks will be underlined by default.. and depending on the styles used in the template, the hyperlink may have been removed for asthetic reasons. You can add the underline back in to the style sheet. Most 'hyperlink' … Continue reading

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Lessons.Ch11. CSS text in Dreamweaver – inline styles

[overview] [/overview] [text] An inline style is a style that is added directly to the 'tag' of the element you are wanting to 'style'. For example, text uses a the <p> style, or paragraph style. When styling text, a global … Continue reading

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