HTML and CSS Reference
getting started with CSS
Adding a Little Style
Don't get me wrong, the
hair, the hat—it all looks great.
But don't you think he'd like it if
you spent a little more time adding
some style to your HTML?
I was told there'd be CSS in this topic. So far you've been
concentrating on learning HTML to create the structure of your web pages. But as
you can see, the browser's idea of style leaves a lot to be desired. Sure, we could
call the fashion police, but we don't need to. With CSS, you're going to completely
control the presentation of your pages, often without even changing your HTML.
Could it really be so easy? Well, you are going to have to learn a new language;
after all, Webville is a bilingual town. After reading this chapter's guide to learning the
language of CSS, you're going to be able to stand on either side of Main Street and
hold a conversation.