HTML and CSS Reference
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Chapter Objectives
In this chapter, you will learn how to ...
Code relative hyperlinks to Web pages in folders
within a Web site
Configure a hyperlink to a named fragment
internal to a Web page
Add interactivity to Web pages with CSS
Configure a navigation layout list with CSS
Configure three-column page layouts using CSS
Configure CSS for screen, print, and mobile
device display
Utilize the “cascade” in CSS
Now that you've had some experience coding XHTML
and CSS, you're ready to explore a variety of techniques in this chapter
including XHTML relative hyperlinks and named fragment hyperlinks, CSS
pseudo-classes, navigation list layout, three-column page layout, styling for
print, styling for mobile Web browsers, and an overview of the “cascade” in
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