I am new to CSS so here goes with what I am sure is a stupid question. I really like the way css replaces tables as a layout mechanism. I also would like to have all or most of the pages on my site reference the same style sheet so that site wide changes would be easy. When I go through the steps of buiding each page though, it seems I need css to help align page specific images. Which means that each page will need its own unique css markup. I would then be back to changing every page when a menu item changes. Can somebody explain how to do this better. Thank you so much in advance.
this gets placed in the head section (before the <body> tag)
Look at the videos that Chris has created, they will give you a lot of visual help. Also look at the W3schools site for help. Finally get a good book, or if you don’t want to splash out the cash i would recommend http://reference.sitepoint.com/css
I am linking to an external style sheet. It has all the basic layout markup in it. But since it has to tell each individual page what to do I still have to have lots of style sheets. At least that is what I think I have to do. Obviously I am missing something.
There is no shame in separate stylesheets for separate pages, but you will want to have one "main" stylesheet for the 90% of stuff that doesn’t change from page to page. I do this all the time, and I think it is actually encourageable as it keeps your main stylesheet smaller and not loaded with stuff that is applicable only to one page.
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