Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Thursday, May 14, 2015

While CSS1 didn’t have much to offer for the graphical layout of documents, CSS2 has introduced several new properties for layout, and CSS3 will probably add even more. Although CSS still doesn’t provide total control over the page layout, it’s far more powerful than the old-school technique of using layout tables and presentational markup.

A web browser typically reads and renders HTML documents. This happens in two phases: the parsing phase and the rendering phase. During the parsing phase, the browser reads the markup in the document, breaks it down into components, and builds a document object model (DOM) tree.


The Viewport, the Page Box, and the Canvas
The CSS Box Model
  1. Containing Block
  2. Collapsing Margins
  3. The Internet Explorer 5 Box Model
  4. The Internet Explorer hasLayout Property

Formatting Concepts
  1. Block Formatting
  2. Inline Formatting
  3. List Formatting
  4. Table Formatting
  5. Replaced Elements

  1. Relative Positioning
  2. Absolute Positioning
  3. Fixed Positioning .
  4. Stacking Contexts
  5. Floating and Clearing
  6. The Relationship Between display, position, and float 

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