CWB 204 Cascading Style Sheets
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This course explores the use of the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) style language as a means of separating content and design on web pages. The class is intended for students having a working knowledge of XHTML and who are interested in learning to use style sheets to control display properties on a web site or other application using XHTML. CSS or Cascading Style Sheets, is a language which is used to apply presentational and layout formatting to web pages. This effectively separates the page content from the page design and is the new standard for the web. Eventually, all presentational HTML tags will be deprecated in favor of CSS style sheets and the old tags won’t work. Additionally, this improves cross-device application of web content because the style sheet for a type of device can be applied specifically to it.
Prerequisites: CWB 110
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