Creating a Cascading Style Sheet and applying it to multiple pages


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Creating a Cascading Style Sheet and applying it to multiple pages

The power of CSS not only lies in the control it gives you over the design but the fact that you have the style separate from the content, and this separation really gives us flexibility to apply the style across multiple pages. So currently as you can see, this index page has a style applied to it, and it's looking pretty good, as opposed to some of these other pages, the about.html, contact, even the portfolio pages. These other pages if you look in the CSS Styles panel, I don't have any sort of styles, any rules applied to them, and what I want to do is I want these other pages to look more like the index page.

So, if you will notice, for this index page, I have all of these various CSS rules, and really I want to take these and I want to separate this into its own file, all of these rules and I want to apply that file to the other pages. So, all I need to do is select all of these rules. So I've just Shift+Selected all of the rules and I'm going to do a right-click or...

Creating a Cascading Style Sheet and applying it to multiple pages
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Creating a Cascading Style Sheet and applying it to multiple pages provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Paul Trani as part of the Creating a First Web Site with Dreamweaver CS4

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