Re: [NH] CSS?
- Hi Wayland,
> I realize that "CSS" is an acronym,CSS stays for "Cascading Style Sheets"
> but what is it an acronym for?
A good address to learn more about it is:
They describe it like this:
"CSS is a flexible, cross-platform, standards-based language
used to suggest stylistic or presentational features applied
throughout entire websites. In their most elegant forms, CSS
are specified in a separate file and called from within the
HTML header area when documents loads into the CSS-enabled
browser. Users can always turn off the author's styles and
apply their own or mix their important styles with the
authors. This points to the "cascading" aspect of CSS."
I think that here in the HTML-List are several members
who know about CSS and who are less (well..) slow in
writing in English than I...
They can certainly tell you more about details!