CSS Keyword “inherit”

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(https://www.pix.web/picture1.jpg);} /* correct */ body {background: url (images/picture2.jpg);} […]

Web-Safe Color Def’n

With hexadecimal notation, any triplet that uses the values 00, 33, 66, 99, CC, and FF is considered to be web-safe. Example: #00CC66, #FF00FF, etc… By Bryan Xu

CSS – Specificity & Inheritance & Cascade

When the same element is selected by two or more rules, specificity is used to determine which rule wins out. A selector’s specificity is determined by the components of the selector itself. A specificity value is expressed in four parts, like this: 0,0,0,0. The actual specificity of a selector is determined as follows: For every […]

CSS Selectors

Each CSS rule has 2 fundamental parts – the selector and the declaration block. Example: h1 {color: red; background: yellow;} – h1 is the selector, and {…} is the declarations. A value is either a single keyword or a space-separated list of one or more keywords that was permitted for that property. Example: p {font: […]