Murach's HTML5 and CSS3
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How to use the CSS box model for spacing, borders, and
When you use cascading style sheets (CSS) to format
your web pages, the CSS box model lets you control the
spacing of elements like headings, text, images, and
so on. It also lets you add borders or backgrounds to
elements as needed.
So this chapter shows
you how to use the box model to create
effective web pages, with easy-to-read text. That includes coverage of the CSS3 features that let you round off the corners of borders, add shadows to borders, and provide gradients as backgrounds...without using the images that were required to produce those effects before CSS3.
What's in All Book Files?
This file contains:
- the HTML and CSS code
for all of the applications and examples that are presented in the book
- the starting source code for the chapter exercises in
- solutions to the exercises so you can check your work
Appendix A in the book describes how to install
and use these files.
Note on file types for All Book Files: The self-extracting ZIP
file is for Windows systems. Just double-click on it
after downloading, and it will unzip the book examples
into a logical file structure starting with C:\Murach.
On a Mac or other operating systems...or on systems
that block .EXE file downloads...use the ZIP file instead.