Styling images with CSS


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Styling images with CSS

Usually placing the image on the page is just the beginning of making sure it fits within the design of your site. While there are certain properties that you can set manually on an image, for the most part you will want to customize the look and feel of your images through CSS. Using styles allows you to create different looks and behaviors based on where the image is found, the context in which it is being used or what type of image it is. The other rather obvious advantage to using styles for images is the ease of updating them. Rather than having to find dozens or even hundreds of images and modifying them individually you can update their specific style and have the change occur site wide.

So to experiment with styling our images, I am going to go back to the Index file this time in the 07_07 folder and just as a recap from our previous movie if I select the image that we modified, the image Properties in our last movie I can see that it has the Class, articleImg applied to it and ...

Styling images with CSS
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Styling images with CSS provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS6 Essential Training

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