CSS

Last reviewed/updated: 26 Sep 2018 | Published: 08 Jan 2014 | Status: Active
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1. Introduction

  • Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
  • The web language for styling (i.e., changing the presentation of) content.
  • The web language that defines style and the syntax for attaching style to content.
  • The web language in which style is attached to content for the purpose of refining the presentation of content.
  • The web page content presentation language.
  • Basic unit: style rule. Syntax: selector { property: value }.

2. Original Content


3. Standards

The W3C describes CSS in terms of levels, not versions. For example, the W3C CSS1 Recommendation describes CSS level 1, not CSS version 1. For more on this see, CSS Snapshot 2015: W3C Working Group Note, 13 October 2015 (w3.org).

3.1. W3C CSS Level 1 Recommendations

3.2. W3C CSS Level 2 Recommendations/Etc.

3.2.1. W3C CSS Level 2 Recommendations

3.2.2. W3C CSS Level 2 Working Draft

3.3. W3C CSS Level 3 Recommendations/Etc.

3.3.1. W3C CSS Level 3 Recommendations

3.3.2. W3C CSS Level 3 Proposed Recommendations

3.3.3. W3C CSS Level 3 Candidate Recommendations

3.3.4. W3C CSS Level 3 Working Group Notes

3.3.5. W3C CSS Level 3 Working Drafts


4. Resources


5. Miscellaneous