DHTML and Cascading Style Sheets

Web professionals and developers who want to create dynamic web sites using Dynamic HTML technologies

A knowledge of HTML; a basic knowledge of a scripting language, preferably JavaScript

Expected Duration
195 minutes

To outline how and when to use basic DHTML and to describe how to use Cascading Style Sheets for positioning and formatting in web pages


DHTML and Cascading Style Sheets

  • recognize how DHTML is used to create dynamic web pages and determine when it should be used.
  • differentiate between DHTML features for Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator.
  • identify techniques for detecting the different platforms that can use DHTML features.
  • set up CSS rules to define how HTML should behave in the browser window and distinguish between embedded, in-line, and linked style sheets.
  • use CSS font and text controls to control the appearance of fonts and the arrangement of text in web pages.
  • apply the list-style, color, and background properties to HTML elements.
  • use Cascading Style Sheets to add typographical and layout effects to a web page.
  • apply element positioning using Cascading Style Sheets.
  • use CSS to add headlines, side bars, title bars, drop caps, and columns to web pages.
  • add dynamic positioning to a web page and create a headline and side bar for it using CSS.




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