If you would like to place the content of a CSS file into another CSS file, copying and pasting is not the only way you can do it. You can easily use @import to include all the content of an existing CSS file into your current CSS file: @import “myOtherStylesheet.css“;
This little example mark-up shows you how to zoom in a div by a specific percentage using only CSS.
These few lines lines of CSS will outline every element with a border, up to 8 levels. Add more lines if your CSS elements go into a higher depth.
Possible since CSS version 2.1, the anchor element can be referred to depending on the last few characters of the href attribute, hence links with different extensions can have different styles.
Place an icon next to each link depending on the protocol used in the href attribute of the anchor tag. This way you can mark external links that are secure (through https) for all browsers supporting CSS 2.1 or later.
This tutorial teaches you the basics of CSS. You’ll learn the CSS code, the style attribute, the