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Internet Explorer Mobile CSS Support

Windows Mobile 6.5
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4/8/2010

Cascading style sheet (CSS) can be used to give HTML documents a consistent appearance. Using the same style on many linked Web pages will improve the user's experience of the site.

Use the CSS styles to specify the values of various attributes that control the appearance and other details about an element, form or other HTML defined formatting of the pages. The style attribute defined are also available when you use HTML to define the elements. There is an equivalent CSS style for many of the HTML attributes.

CSS styles can be put into <STYLE> blocks or stored in external cascading style sheet (.css) files that can be accessed through a <LINK> tag.

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The .css file must be stored as Unicode. One way to do this is by opening the file in Notepad and saving it as file type Unicode

Feature Definition

CSS Syntax

A list of the syntactic structures that are available for use in the style element and a CSS file

CSS At-Rules

A list of the style settings that can be applied through the "@" rules

CSS ID Selectors

A list of the pseudo elements and pseudo classes that the designer can use to help identify items by pattern matching

CSS Properties

A list of all the properties that can be manipulated and set within the document

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