HTML and CSS Reference
Modify the content id. Now that the page has a background image, the con-
tent seems to be crowding the left and right sides. Configure 20 pixels of left
and right padding (use padding-left and padding-right).
Modify the h1 selector. Remove the line-height style rule.
Add a new style rule for the h2 selector that configures a background color
(#ccaa66), font size (1.2em), left padding (10px) and bottom padding (5px).
The style rules follow:
Configure the class named details to add 20 percent left and right padding
(use padding-left and padding-right ). Notice how this adds empty space
either side of the music performance description and image.
Configure the img selector not to display a border.
Save the javajam.css file. Test it in a browser. If your images do not appear or your
image links do not work, examine your work carefully. Use Windows Explorer to verify
that the images are saved in your javajam folder. Examine the src attribute on the
<img /> tags to be sure you spelled the image names correctly. Another useful trouble-
shooting technique is to validate the XHTML and CSS code. See Chapters 2 and 3 for
Hands-On Practice exercises that describe how to use these validators.
Fish Creek Animal Hospital
See Chapter 2 for an introduction to the Fish Creek Animal Hospital Case Study. Figure
2.30 shows a site map for Fish Creek. The Home page and Services page were created
in earlier chapters. You will continue to work with this Web site in this case study, cre-
ating the Ask the Vet page, shown in Figure 4.35 (shown also in the color insert sec-
tion). You will then modify the other pages so they are consistent with the new design.
Go to the end of the
book for a full color
version of this figure