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Koenig offers a quick, yet comprehensive tutorial that tells you how to develop a printer-friendly website by using CSS.
Let’s first understand what CSS is.
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. It is an industry-standard style sheet language that is widely used for styling web pages. While most web pages are coded in HTML and XHTML languages, CSS can also be used for XML document, including SUG, XUL and XML.
The primary purpose of designing CSS is to separate document presentation from the document content. This includes components like colors, fonts and layout. It also facilitates shared formatting for multiple pages, and decreases the complication and duplication in structural content.
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The W3C, i.e. World Wide Web Consortium, maintains the specifications of CSS. There are several sources from where you can obtain CSS information. As far as CSS style information is concerned, it can be found in two places. It is either embedded in an HTML document or is present in a separate document.
Koenig provides a reliable guide that tells you how to use CSS for different media. This will help you learn how to develop a printer-friendly website in Dreamweaver CS5. Here is the video to know the correct way of using CSS, both for print and website layout:
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