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CSS CSS CSS

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CSS – Fonts

font-family CSS defines 5 generic font families: (You can employ any of these families in a document by using the property font-family.) Serif fonts These fonts are proportional and have serifs. A font is proportional if all characters in the font have different widths due to their various sizes. Serifs are the decorations on the […]

Injection Attacks

Understanding Script Injection Attacks MSDN – How To: Protect From Injection Attacks in ASP.NET ASP.NET includes a feature designed to automatically combat script injection attacks, known as request validation. Two ways to disable request validation: Disable for individual page <%@ Page ValidateRequest="false" Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeFile="Default.aspx.cs" Inherits="_Default" %> Disable the entire web application by modifying the […]

CSS Keyword “inherit”

“inherit” makes the value of a property the same as the value of its parent element. In most cases, you don’t need to specify inheritance, since most properties inherit naturally.

CSS url

There are absolute url and relative url. In CSS, relative URLs are relative to the style sheet itself, not to the HTML document that uses the style sheet. Example: @import url(special/toppings.css); Note that there cannot be a space between the url and the opening parenthesis: body {background: url(http://www.pix.web/picture1.jpg);} /* correct */ body {background: url (images/picture2.jpg);} […]