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Applying too Much Style can Hurt Readability
by Erik Goetze
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) provide a good way to apply a style sheet to a section of text. With CSS, you can redefine how HTML tags work, for example making all paragraph tags (<P>) use Arial ...
Highlight Content in Response to User Mouseover Using DHTML/CSS
by Erik Goetze
You can use Dynamic HTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to change the color of text on the fly. This functionality can be useful for highlighting a portion of text. This feature appears to have ...
Stacking Layers Above Embedded Objects
by Erik Goetze
When designing a Web page that contains CSS layers (DIV sections) and embedded objects (Java applets, plugins, or ActiveX controls), keep in mind that embedded objects do not obey zIndex stacking ...
Keep Anchor Tags from Changing Color
by Russell Jones,
Anchor tags usually change color after they have been "visited." You ...
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