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Introduction

Cascading Style Sheets are becoming the predominant method of formatting a Web site. A Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) is style information that can be referenced by individual or multiple Web pages. The cascading part of cascading style sheets indicates different style levels and the control each one has over the other. CSS let you separate the content of a Web page from its layout and design. A CSS Web page is an HTML file with links to a CSS file. You can create the two files separately, or you can use CSS Layouts in Expression Web to create and link them.

Expression Web provides several task panes and toolbars to help you create and manage CSS. The CSS tools include four tasks panes: Manage Styles, Apply Styles, CSS Properties, and Tag Properties, and two toolbars: Style Application and Style. Expression Web also provides two different Quick Tag tools for working with tags: Quick Tag Selector and Quick Tag Editor. The Quick Tag Selector makes it easy to identify and select page elements, including CSS classes and IDs. The Quick Tag Editor allows you to modify an HTML tag using color coding and IntelliSense support. IntelliSense displays a context-sensitive dropdown list of code choices you can quickly select and insert in Code or Split view.


  

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