page background will be the same shade of green throughout the entire
document. If you set the background of H1 elements
to be navy, then the whole background of every
H1 will be the same dark blue color.
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font-family: Verdana, Arial, SunSans-Regular, Sans-Serif;
In CSS, you can set both the foreground and background colors of any
element, from the BODY down to the underline and
italics tags, and almost everything in between -- list items,
entire lists, headings, hyperlinks, table cells, form elements, and
even (in a limited fashion) images. In order to understand how thisfor all of the text in a page just isn't enough. That's
COLOR="..."> came into being. Without it, you
wouldn't be able to have pages where some text is black, some
red, and some white, for example.
Now, thanks to the power of CSS, you can have many, many different
colors within a single page, and without using a single
FONT tag. This gives authors the ability to set up
to reapply the styles after the window is resized -- and if
another thing to remember when you try to figure out why styles
In the meantime, however, here's the script:
var agt = navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase( );
var is_major = parseInt(navigator.appVersion);
it goes even further, and you're right. We finally come to theshortest shorthand border property of all: border.
This property has the advantage of being very compact, although thatbrevity introduces a few limitations. Before we worry about that,let's see how border is used. If you wantall H1 elements to have a thick, silver border,it's very simple. This declaration would be displayed as shownin Figure 7-49: