Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Wednesday, May 13, 2015

In this section, we’ll describe the building blocks of a CSS style sheet and the correct syntax for each part. We’ll also define the unavoidable jargon we’ll use throughout this reference. When everyone uses the same term for the same thing, communication is usually easier and less error prone. CSS syntax is not rigid: white space can usually be added freely between tokens, and line breaks have no semantic value. CSS is case insensitive in all matters under its control.

However, some things lie outside the control of CSS and these may or may not be case sensitive, depending on external factors such as markup language and operating system. Element type names, for instance, are case insensitive for HTML but case sensitive for XML (including XHTML served as XML). Font names, with the exception of the generic font family CSS keywords, may be case sensitive on some operating systems.

Contents:

Statements
At-rules
Rule Sets
Selectors
Declaration Blocks
Declarations, Properties, and Values
  1. Keywords
  2. Lengths and Units
  3. Percentages
  4. Colors
  5. Numbers
  6. Strings
  7. URIs
  8. Initial Values
  9. Shorthand Properties

CSS Comments
CSS Identifiers
CSS Escape Notation
CSS Syntax Errors



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