Jednet.co.uk, (2016). LO1 Understand Web architecture and components. [online] Available at: http://www.jednet.co.uk/Web/LO1.html [Accessed 13 Jan. 2016].
external style sheet
internal style sheet
other, (e.g. User Style Sheet, for example applied by users who have difficulty reading small text).
Your page will include examples of the first 3, together with an explanation of why they either don't conflict, or which stylesheet 'wins' and why.
properties, (e.g. width, height).
use at least 3 examples of boxes on your page and explain what each feature does.
To do this you will need to give each div its own ID:
In HTML, every element on your web page can be assigned a unique id attribute. This must start with a letter and not contain any reserved characters such as slash /
It must be unique (only one item can have this label). It's a good practice to assign labels that describe the function of the element. For example, a <ul> that's used to markup a navigation menu might have id="navigation" or id="menu"
You assign an id attribute to an HTML element when:
Washington.edu intro to the concepts of ID and class