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CSS Editor

By default, external cascading style sheets (CSS) open in CSS Editor. You can add styles either by typing style rules directly into the markup, or by clicking Build Style… and selecting options from the Modify Style dialog box, which automatically generates style rules and inserts their syntax into your document. To create new styles when you are editing HTML or ASP.NET pages, you can use the New Style dialog box. For more information, see New Style and Modify Style Dialog Boxes.

Working with CSS Overview

Provides an overview on working with CSS in Visual Web Developer.

Walkthrough: Creating and Modifying a CSS File

Shows how to create and modify a CSS files using the features of Visual Web Developer.

How to: Use the CSS Properties Window

Shows how to use the CSS Properties window to work with CSS styles.

How to: Use the Apply Styles and Manage Styles Windows

Demonstrates how to use the Apply Styles and Manage Styles windows to work with CSS styles.

Tabs, CSS, Text Editor, Options Dialog Box

Discusses setting CSS Editor tab options.

General, CSS, Text Editor, Options Dialog Box

Discusses setting general CSS Editor options.

Format, CSS, Text Editor, Options Dialog Box

Discusses setting CSS Editor formatting options.

Walkthrough: Creating and Modifying a CSS File

Discusses defining CSS style rules in style blocks, precedence of CSS style rules, assigning HTML elements to a CSS style CLASS, and external CSS style sheets.

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