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So could anyone explain what css page is in plain lamen terms. I can write the basic html codes and make very basic web pages with links etc but I dont understand what css is.
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A style sheet defines how different elements of your page appear in the browser.
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A style sheet defines how different elements of your page appear in the browser.
ok thanks but what do u mean different elements? could you give me examples please?
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Do a little web searching and you will find a more comprehensive answer to your question. Here is a good place to start CSS Introduction

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Rapidweaver comes with a template tutorial that takes you through the basics of CSS, it sure helped me understand CSS, by doing it rather than just reading about it

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Do a little web searching and you will find a more comprehensive answer to your question. Here is a good place to start CSS Introduction
spot on web site!!!!! thanks
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Wow that is one cool website for learning thanks

I just down loaded rapidweaver and trying out the demo. I will try find the tutorial in there. thanks
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