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    css question

    Hello

    I learnt most of my HTML scripting by going to web sites that I liked or thought were
    successful and viewing the source to see how it had been constructed. However I have
    noticed that there is no CSS on the receiverís side. How can I view a web site that has the
    CSS scripting on the net? Does this make sense?


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    Hi Toto,

    The reason you cannot see a lot of CSS is that its stored in a separate file (usually .css). This will be referenced in code somewhere, so you should be able to view it.

    If you have a look at Somepeoples CSS Tutorial then it will explain the different types of referencing of CSS. It also has the source code viewable in the index page
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    a lot of help!

    QuietDean
    Thank you so much, i think it can solve my sick.
    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuietDean
    Hi Toto,

    The reason you cannot see a lot of CSS is that its stored in a separate file (usually .css). This will be referenced in code somewhere, so you should be able to view it.

    If you have a look at Somepeoples CSS Tutorial then it will explain the different types of referencing of CSS. It also has the source code viewable in the index page



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