Archive for the ‘CSS’ Category
With the involvement of CSS in the field of web designing, more and more designers are shifting towards it. Font styling, page layouts, roll over effects, header and side bars customization were never been as easy as with CSS customization. CSS has paved a new era in the field of web designing. More advanced and smarter websites are now being seen on internet and that has been made possible with the use of CSS.
Coding a dynamic web layout was a difficult job for a designer which included complex coding throughout the source code page. With the help of CSS, even that complex coding can be converted into a short and simple style sheet. Maintaining a large scale website with multiple sections can be very difficult, but with CSS you can separate each of the section in separate CSS files and keep updating each section as per its use. There are several CSS files, having specific usability while designing a web page layout.
Master.css is the most important file while dealing with the features like header, footer, menus, tags and other body attributes. One can easily customize the whole functionality or the looks of his website by editing this single master.css file. Suppose you want to change the image displayed on the header of your site, then by uploading the image to your server and then making proper editing in master.css file you can instantly get your header image changed. Similarly you can edit colors and alignment of menus of your website. Home.css is the other essential file that can be used to work on the content of your home page, its layout and other attributes. When it comes of internal links for your site, you can easily manage them by working upon link.css file. For your contact page you can simply open you contact.css file and make the requisite change. While putting some script or images to your sidebars or header, you need to maintain their alignment in proper manner. CSS files let you arrange them within no time.
Learning CSS is definitely beneficial while editing its code but even if you are not that veteran in this field, you can manage to bring requisite editing. Yes, it could be made possible with the use of Adobe Dreamweaver software. Just install the software and double click the file with .css extension on your server. You will see a page displayed on your desktop with numerous CSS codes on the middle and some options at the right. At the right you will find names of different areas of your site like header, footer, l_sidebar, r_sidebar, link, font etc. once you click on to a option, cursor will automatically move on to that specific coding which determine that particular feature of that site. Hence, it will be convenient for you to judge the codes that specifically deal with a particular feature of your website. Further by watching the comment lines you can edit the codes and bring requisite changes to your site.