Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Resolving conflicts, part of Managing CSS in Dreamweaver.
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As your CSS becomes more complex, it's inevitable that you write a style, look…at your design and say, why is that happening?…Now, this usually happens after you write a style and just don't see what you…expect. The formatting just isn't there.…The culprit is typically a style conflict,…a situation where either the cascade or the specificity of the rules involved…thwarts your desired formatting.…Searching through hundreds of lines of code to find these conflicts and resolve…them can be time-consuming, and is really frustrating.…
Well, that's where the CSS Styles panel comes to our rescue once again.…As we'll see in this exercise, it can help us quickly and easily resolve any…style conflicts we come up against.…Now if I scroll down a little bit, I can see that we have this area down…here where we have our current monthly Tour Spotlight, highlighting the…Explorer's Podcast, which is a nice little Flash video, and a little section…on Have questions.…So all those headlines are fairly related, but this one, and we want make 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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