Join Eric Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video The sources of style, part of CSS Web Site Design.
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For this movie you can sit back and relax for a minute, it's not going to involve,…actually has on exercises but is going to talk about where style comes from…and the answer is not style fairies. It is in fact,…a combination of three different sources. The one that you're probably most interested in is author styles, that's styles written by the author as in you.…The second place that styles can come from,…hopefully very rarely is from what we call user styles or reader styles.…The person who is using a web browser can have their own style sheet associated with that web browser that's applied to every…page that they view, every website that they visit every local document,…every little XHTML document that they view, that's what a user style sheet is for. Very, very few people have these.…
But it is still possible. There's a third source, which is absolutely common, no matter whether there's any other CSS involved or…not, and that's the user agent styles, otherwise known as browser styles.…This is a style behavior that's built into the web browser,…
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