HTML, XHTML and CSS Bible by Bryan Pfaffenberger, Bill Karow, Chuck White, Steven M.

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    A basic ordered list (lower-case alpha)

  1. First ordered item
  2. Second ordered item
  3. Third ordered item

Figure 2-7: Using various list styles, you can customize each list in your document. The list shown uses the list-style lower-alpha. Note Older versions of HTML allowed various list options to be specified in the list tag(s). However, current versions of strict HTML and XHTML formats specify that all list options be contained within styles.

Here’s the order: ✦ Element-specific style information comes first. This is style information that’s embedded within the HTML. But wait—doesn’t this violate the structure versus presentation rule? Yes, but sometimes it’s necessary. If element-specific information is given, it takes precedence over page-specific and global styles. ✦ Page-specific style information is kept in a special section of the document, called the head, that’s separate from the text. It defines the way a particular page looks.

0? The W3C couldn’t get a specification out in time for agreement by the members. 0. It included support for style sheets (CSS level 1). 2 specification, the browser manufacturers didn’t support CSS well enough for a designer to make much use of it. 2 expanded the number of attributes that enabled designers to customize the look of a page (exactly the opposite of HTML 4). 2 didn’t include support for frames, but the browser makers implemented them anyway. Note A page with two frames is actually processed like three separate pages within your browser.

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