Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating modular style sheets, part of Managing CSS in Dreamweaver.
Now that we have separate style sheets for our tables and forms, we have a few…options for how to apply them to the pages that need them.…The first option would be to add another link on the page to the necessary page.…So, let me switch over to Code View real quick, and you can see right there is…the link to our main style sheet.…So, if we needed to, we could add on the link tag below this that would link to,…say, the table styles or the form styles, whatever we would need.…Now, we do have a title attribute.…Notice this title attribute right there.…Now, that lets the browser know that this is the default style sheet.…
If you've got more than one link tag, it's really hard to blend all those guys…together and let them know that those are the default style sheets.…That can become an accessibility problem.…So, we want to try to avoid that a little bit. All right!…So, I want to switch over to our main. css, right up here in our related files.…Honestly, it's going to take you forever to highlight this thing. There so many styles in it.…
- Building a CSS-friendly workspace in Dreamweaver
- Creating style sheets visually
- Hand-coding styles
- Working with code hinting
- Organizing style sheets with color coding and sections
- Writing global classes
- Eliminating style conflicts
- Deploying styles
- Dealing with browser compatibility issues
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Using Dreamweaver's Tools and Panels
2. Organizing Style Sheets
3. Reusing Styles
4. Deploying Styles
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