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Cascading Style Sheets, ниво 1 Препоръка на W3C, 17 декември 1996, последна преработка на 11 Януари 1999 Това е превод, така че не е гарантирана абсолютната точност на съдържанието. Надявам се да дам добър пример и да се появят още преводи на спецификации на български. Оригиналната версия на английски език на тази спецификация може да бъде намерена на адрес: Статукво на този документ Този документ е W3C препоръка. Списък с текущите W3C препоръки и други технически документи може да бъде намерен на адрес Този документ е преработена версия на документа, който е издаден за пръв път на 17 декември 1996. Този документ определя ниво 1(level 1) на Cascading Style Sheet механизма(CSS1). Едно от основните свойства на CSS е, че стиловите листа(style sheet-овете) се изсипват; авторите могат да прикачат желания стилов лист, докато читателя може да има личен стилов лист, който да приспособи документа за човешки или технологически недъзи. Резюме Терминология атрибут

What Is It Now available here in Finnish thanks to Oskari Laine, Helsinki, Finland. Mikä Computer Programming? And here is a Czech translation (provided by the team). Introduction Today, most people don't need to know how a computer works. Most people can simply turn on a computer or a mobile phone and point at some little graphical object on the display, click a button or swipe a finger or two, and the computer does something. But, since you are going to learn how to write computer programs, you need to know a little bit about how a computer works. proc-ess / Noun: A series of actions or steps taken to achieve an end. pro-ce-dure / Noun: A series of actions conducted in a certain order. al-go-rithm / Noun: An ordered set of steps to solve a problem. Basically, writing software (computer programs) involves describing processes, procedures; it involves the authoring of algorithms. It has often been said that a person does not really understand something until he teaches it to someone else.

HTML Marquees Sometimes you might want your text or photos to continuously "scroll" across the screen. Or maybe you'd like it to zoom in from the side, then stay there. Or perhaps you'd like it to bounce back and forth across the screen. All these things are possible using marquees. There are two main methods for creating marquees (without using JavaScript). These are: HTML marquees — using the HTML <marquee> tag CSS marquees — using CSS animations HTML <marquee> Tag The <marquee> tag allows you to create marquees with a minimum of fuss. See HTML marquee for more about this method. In the above example, everything between the <marquee></marquee> tags scrolls across the page. CSS Animations You can also use CSS animations to create a marquee. Here's an example of using CSS animations to create the same effect as the above example. See CSS marquee for more about this method. HTML Marquees vs CSS Marquees CSS animations are the recommended option for creating marquees. More Marquee Codes Marquee Generator

Complex Selectors - Learn to Code Advanced HTML & CSS Lesson 3 Selectors are one of, if not, the most important parts of CSS. They shape the cascade and determine how styles are to be applied to elements on a page. Up until recently the focus of CSS never really touched on selectors. Occasionally there would be incremental updates within the selectors specification, but never any real ground breaking improvements. Fortunately, more attention has been given to selectors as of late, taking a look at how to select different types of elements and elements in different states of use. CSS3 brought new selectors, opening a whole new world of opportunities and improvements to existing practices. Common Selectors#common-selectors Before diving too deep into some of the more complex selectors, and those offered within CSS3, let’s take a quick look at some of the more common selectors seen today. The type selector identifies an element based on its type, specifically how that element is declared within HTML. Common Selectors Overview Descendant Selector

Google unveils major overhaul of its search engine MENLO PARK, Calif. — Google unveiled a big revamp of its search engine Thursday that affects 90% of the search results served up worldwide by the Internet giant. Called Hummingbird internally, the change to Google's main search algorithm kicked in about a month ago, but was not disclosed by Google until Thursday at an event in Silicon Valley marking the company's 15-year anniversary. "It is really big," said Google search executive Amit Singhal. The new algorithm makes search results more relevant and useful, especially when users ask more complex questions — something that has been happening a lot more in recent years, Singhal explained. Google unveiled the change at the old Menlo Park, Calif., house of Susan Wojcicki, senior vice president of Google advertising. Google started in 1998 in Wojcicki's garage. "We think about having 100 years to create the most amazing search opportunity. "If I get the information first on Google, maybe I don't click through to WebMD anymore," Sinha said.

Introduction to HTML HTML Tutorial Hello. My name is Joe and I'm going to give you a few simple lessons on how to make a Web Page. I must warn you though, this is for "all wet behinda ears" Newbies. If you're at all experienced at this sort of thing, you'll probably find this tutorial a bit of a yawner. You'll be happy to learn that it's really pretty simple. Let's get started. Another tool you'll need is a web browser to view your web pages. If you use a service such as AOL or MSN your browser is whatever you use to browse web pages. Speaking of which, if you're using an online service such as AOL, MSN etc, you can still easily make a web page using these tutorials. With that out of the way I can say with confidence that you are less than 5 minutes away from making your first web page!

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Learn HTML and CSS: An Absolute Beginner's Guide This article was written in 2009 and remains one of our most popular posts. If you’re keen to learn more about HTML and CSS, you may find this recent article on the future of HTML of great interest. So, you’re ready to take the plunge and begin to learn how to build your own web pages and sites? This information is an excerpt from my recently released book, Build Your Own Web Site The Right Way Using HTML & CSS, 2nd edition. In the following pages, I’ll show you how to set up your computer — be it PC or Mac — so that you’re ready to build a site. Then, we’ll meet XHTML and walk through the details of how to structure a web page correctly. Finally, we’ll turn to the topic of Cascading Style Sheets, which we’ll use to change the way elements of your web page look. Don’t worry if some of these terms are unfamiliar — this excerpt, like the book itself, assumes that you have no knowledge about building web pages. Chapter 1. Note: Planning, Schmanning The Basic Tools You Need Windows Basic Tools

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