Re: [NTB] Style Sheets For Internet Explorer
- A really quick place to go is
W3 schools which has lots of free web building tutorials. There is one
for learning CSS.
> Are there any good tutorial references on HTML Style Sheets anyone
> could recommend? I'd like to make a style sheet for Internet Explorer.
> "Internet Options > Accessibility > User style sheet > Format
> documents using my style sheet" says this is allowed.
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- Lots of good ones. What you're looking for is a good CSS reference (Cascading Style Sheets). O'Reilly has this in a very handy book:
... and Sitepoint has an excellent CSS references online:
It's interesting stuff, but maybe overkill if all you want to do is set up your own stylesheet for browsing. Still, maybe that's a good way to get into it for other reasons. And being an engineer, you'll probably appreciate the structure and logic of it.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Harold" <noffkehw@...> wrote:
> Are there any good tutorial references on HTML Style Sheets anyone could recommend? I'd like to make a style sheet for Internet Explorer. "Internet Options > Accessibility > User style sheet > Format documents using my style sheet" says this is allowed.