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Other, Style Builder Dialog Box

The Other page of the Style Builder dialog box makes it possible for you to set miscellaneous behavior, insertion point, table border, and layout attributes, and visual effects for cascading style sheet (CSS) styles.

To set miscellaneous behavior

  1. Click Style on the Format menu, or Build Style on the Styles menu, to open the Style Builder dialog box.

  2. Click Other in the left pane of the Style Builder dialog box.

    The Other, Style Builder dialog box appears in the right pane.

NoteNote

The Styles menu appears when you open an external CSS style sheet for editing. On the Styles menu, the Build Style option becomes available when you place the insertion point within the curly braces ({ }) that follow the selector for a style rule.

Options available on the Other page of the Style Builder dialog box include the following.

Cursor

Sets attributes for the type of cursor (insertion point) that appears within the applied style. When an attribute is <Not Set>, no code is added to the style.

Syntax

Values

Cursors

CURSOR:auto

Auto

The cursor displayed depends on the context.

CURSOR:default

Default

Default Cursor

CURSOR:crosshair

Crosshair

Styelsheet Build Style Cross Cursor

CURSOR:hand

Hand

Style Sheet Handcursor

CURSOR:move

Move

Move Cursor Symbol

CURSOR:n-resize

Top Resize

BT cursor

CURSOR:s-resize

Bottom Resize

BT cursor

CURSOR:w-resize

Left Resize

RightLeftCursorSymbol screenshot

CURSOR:e-resize

Right Resize

RightLeftCursorSymbol screenshot

CURSOR:nw-resize

Top-Left Resize

Style Sheet Other Botri Cursor

CURSOR:sw-resize

Bottom-Left Resize

StyleSheetTopicCursor screenshot

CURSOR:ne-resize

Top-Right Resize

StyleSheetTopicCursor screenshot

CURSOR:se-resize

Bottom-Right Resize

Style Sheet Other Botri Cursor

CURSOR:text

Text

StyleSheetTextCursor screenshot

CURSOR:wait

Hourglass

Hourglass Cursor

CURSOR:help

Help

StyleSheet Help Cursor

Tables

The Borders and Layout attributes can be applied to tables that currently have a style already applied.

Borders

Sets attributes that control the behavior of table borders. Select <Not Set> (no option chosen), Separate cell borders, or Collapse cell borders. The Separate cell borders attribute explicitly separates borders for each cell; the Collapse cell borders attribute allows two cells to share a border. For example, if you select Separate cell borders, the following CSS markup is inserted:

BORDER-COLLAPSE:separate

NoteNote

When the value for the attribute is <Not Set>, no code is added to the style.

Layout

Sets attributes for table layout within a style. Attributes either fix cell size or allow cells to automatically adjust size to fit content. Select <Not Set> (no option chosen), Auto, or Fixed Layout. For example, if you select Fixed Layout, the following CSS markup is inserted:

TABLE-LAYOUT:fixed

NoteNote

When the attribute is <Not Set>, no code is added to the style.

Visual Effects

Filter

Lets you apply visual effects to controls in your Web page using visual filters. Use this text box to set the filter or collection of filters applied to the control. For more information, search for "visual filters" in the MSDN Library.

Behavior

URL

Stores the path to a supplemental DHTML behaviors file. Click the ellipsis button (...) to open the Select Behavior dialog box, and then navigate to the desired .hta or .htc behaviors file.

NoteNote

Behaviors files define dynamic attributes, which can be used in scripts to change the appearance of HTML elements and reposition elements in response to user input. For example, behaviors can change the color of text, or cause a <DIV> element to fly in from the edge of the Web browser window). Behaviors files must be added to a solution to be referenced by its HTML pages and Web forms.

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