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Learn the basic concepts of CSS: CSS rules, selectors, inheritance, and more. Also, learn how to associate CSS with your web pages in Dreamweaver.
Learn how to use the CSS Designer panel to work with your CSS visually in Dreamweaver. Create or attach stylesheets, media queries, selectors, and set CSS properties using CSS Designer.
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Use CSS style preferences to control how Dreamweaver writes the code that defines CSS styles.
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Quickly format HTML tags or a range of text by assigning classes or IDs in Dreamweaver.
Define properties for CSS rules, such as text font, background image and color, spacing and layout properties, and the appearance of list elements, in Dreamweaver.
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Use the CSS Styles panel in Current mode and All mode to edit a CSS rule in Dreamweaver.
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Apply, remove, or rename CSS class styles in Dreamweaver
Move/export CSS rules to a new style sheet or an existing style sheet in Dreamweaver.
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Make your CSS cleaner and more organized by converting inline styles to CSS rules in Dreamweaver.
Reduce your editing effort and time by linking Dreamweaver web pages to a common, external CSS style sheet.
Edit a CSS style sheet in Dreamweaver.
Using Dreamweaver, you can set preferences that control the format of your CSS code whenever you create or edit a CSS rule.
Use the Disable/Enable CSS Property feature in Dreamweaver to comment out portions of CSS from the CSS Styles panel without having to make changes directly in the code.
Use Inspect mode with Live View in Dreamweaver to quickly identify HTML elements and their associated CSS styles.
Use the Browser Compatibility Check (BCC) feature in Dreamweaver to locate combinations of HTML and CSS that have problems in certain browsers.
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Use Design-Time style sheets to show or hide a design applied by a CSS style sheet as you work in a Dreamweaver document.
Define logical divisions in the content of your Dreamweaver web page. Learn how to use div tags to center blocks of content, create column effects, create different areas of color, and more.
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Apply Dreamweaver sample style sheets to your pages or use them as starting points to develop your own styles.
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Create, modify, and delete CSS3 transitions in Dreamweaver using the CSS Transitions panel.
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Learn how to apply gradients to your web page background and edit them using the CSS Designer panel.
Use the CSS Styles panel in Dreamweaver to track CSS rules and properties.
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