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    CSS OPTIONS available


    Hi there guys!


    Question 1,
    I'm still in the process of learning css.
    But is there a complete set of css options which are available the CSS user? I mean like some online glossary of all the different declaration options if you understand me?

    Question2,

    Is it possible to design a site or at lease a complete page entirely built on CSS script?


    Cheerz!!
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    1: you mean something like this?
    http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_reference.asp

    2. Absolutely,
    W3C is trying to get ALL pages to be fully CSS formated. HTMLs should only be used to delimit different parts of the page, alll formating should remain CSS.

    Unfortunately, support for this is still a bit shaky. Depending on the complexity of your site you may or may not end up with 100% CSS formating, but even if not, you should be able to pull of 90% that will actually render properly on most browsers.
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    Hey neat thanks for the reply!!

    The css reference page over at http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_reference.asp , would that be an exhaustive list ??


    Much appreciated!!

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