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Nice and Free CSS Templates

This site contains free css templates for your website - Just copy and paste and there you have a stunning website !

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All of the advantages of XML outlined so far all make interoperability possible. This is one of the most important requirements for XML, to enable disparate systems to be able to share information easily.

By taking the lowest common denominator approach, by being web enabled, protocol independent, network independent, platform independent and extensible, XML makes it possible for new systems and old systems (that are all different) to communicate with each other. Encoding information in plain text with tags is better than using propietary and platform dependent binary formats.


XML provides solutions for problems that have existed for the past 20 years. With most applications and software services using the Internet as a target platform for deployment, XML could not have come at a better time. With the web becoming so popular, a new paradigm of computing has emerged for which XML supplies one of the most important pieces, platform, vendor and application neutral data. Regardless of the programming language used to process XML, it will enable this new networked computing world.

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Here's a rather obscure Navigatorbug which is utterly baffling when encountered. Under whatevercircumstances trigger the bug (frames seem to be a major cause),resizing the browser window can cause all of the styles to go away,leaving plain text in their wake.

Reloading the page will get the styles back, but that's hardlya satisfactory solution. Slightly better is the inclusion of a smallbit of JavaScript that will fix the problem for you. This widget No border at all

So far, we've only talked about what happens when you're using a visible border style such as solid or outset. Things start to get interesting, though, when the border style is set to be none:

P {margin: 5px; border-style: none; border-width: 20px;}

As we can see in Figure 7-41, despite the fact that

Figure 8-24

Figure 8-24. Collapsing margins and negative margins, in detail

There is one area of unresolved behavior, which is this: if elements overlap each other due to negative margins, which elements are "on top?" You'll note that few of the examples in this section use background colors for all elements. That's because if they did, content might get overwritten by the background color of a following element. The CSS specification does not say what should happen when elements overlap in this manner; instead, it's left up to implementors to decide.

The most powerful of the new selectors is the universal selector. This is specified using an asterisk (*), and it matches any element in the document. Thus, use this declaration to make sure all elements have a color of black:

* {color: black;}

When used as part of a contextual selector, the universal