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Tip of the Day
Language: HTML
Expertise: Intermediate
May 4, 2005

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Using Inheritance in CSS

Suppose you have a table and you need to give styles to all the <TD> tags. Using inheritance to do this helps you avoid generating more content to be delivered to the client. Take this code, for example:

<table>
<td class=Cell></td>
<td class=Cell></td>
<td class=Cell></td>
</table>
This can be replaced with the following style sheet :

Table.Cell TD
{
  
}

<table class=Cell>
<td ></td>
<td ></td>
<td ></td>
</table>
This way, there's less code to download and it's easier to maintain.
Prasad Haridass
 
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