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CSS Tutorial - Cascading Style Sheet

Tutorial Index


Style Types
External CSS

Background Properties

Background Color
Background Image
Background Repeat
Background Position
BG Attachment

Text Properties

Word Spacing
Letter Spacing
Text Decoration
Vertical Align
Text Transform
Text Align
Text Indent
Line Height

Font Properties

Font Style
Font Weight
Font Size
Font Family

Box Properties

Box Property

Border Properties

Border Color
Border Width
Border Style
Side Borders

Margin Properties

Top Margin
Left Margin
Bottom Margin
Right Margin
Padding Properties
Top Padding
Left Padding
Bottom Padding
Right Padding

Special Topics

Link Styles
OnMouseOver Effect
Scrollable Table
Cursor Types
CSS Comment


Styles define how to display the HTML elements. Both Netscape 4.0 and IE 4.0 version support CSS.

Initially, the presentation layout was handled by the browser. But it led to so many problems. To solve the problems "World Wide Web Consortium" (w3c) - the non profit, standard setting consortium responsible for standardizing html, created styles in addition to html 4.0.

Here you will learn how to use CSS with your html elements. The look and feel of any site can be improved drastically by using CSS. Use the left panel to browse through the different cascading Style Sheet topics.

A Note
CSS - Cascading Style Sheets can be used along with html tags as explained in this site. This simple CSS will help you to create much elegant and neat html web pages. This does not need any additional softwares or codings. All web browser are capable of handing CSS codes.

Note 2: If required you can using <span> instead of <div> tags. div tag will start and end on new lines. span will not exceed the tag area.
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