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Web Page Update - trinalin thinks things through — LiveJournal
Web Page Update
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trinalin From: trinalin Date: November 8th, 2003 11:34 am (UTC) (Link)
For a site like my Sylv site, where the design is basically the same on each page, CSS lets me have a few set styles (the first S in CSS) for the writing of the text. So for my main text, which I want to be Verdana font (with 2 other optional fonts available for computers without Verdana) at a particular size, I have a style called main. Then for the smaller text, I have a different style - same font, different size, perhaps centered. And I just have one folder that contains the code for all of my style sheets - main, datesize, footer, header, etc. I get more control and the code isn't quite as bulky as all of the font-on font-off stuff. And Dreamweaver's been making it pretty easy for me so far. (Though I still have to tweak the code at times to get it just the way I want it.) CSS doesn't supplant HTML, just adds to it.
antikythera From: antikythera Date: November 8th, 2003 01:44 pm (UTC) (Link)
Aha... so in effect, the information about the page layout exists in one place only, so that all the individual page files are smaller?
trinalin From: trinalin Date: November 8th, 2003 03:29 pm (UTC) (Link)
Yup, you've got it in a nutshell.
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