Elements of Style
Cascading Style Sheets CSS Selectors Pseudo-Classes and Pseudo-Elements Typography Colors Background Properties Text Properties Box Properties List Styles CSS Positioning Other CSS Properties
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ascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a major piece of the art of web programming. It is the technology that gives a web page its distinctive look and feel. In this chapter you will learn how to use CSS to modify the layout and typography of a web page to create web pages with style.
Copyright Page Foreword Preface Chapter 1: Introduction to Web Automation Chapter 2: Web Basics Chapter 3: The LWP Class Model Chapter 4: URLs Chapter 5: Forms Chapter 6: Simple HTML Processing with Regular Expressions Chapter 7: HTML Processing with Tokens Chapter 8: Tokenizing Walkthrough Chapter 9: HTML Processing with Trees Chapter 10: Modifying HTML with Trees Chapter 11: Cookies, Authentication, and Advanced Requests Chapter 12: Spiders Appendix A: LWP Modules Appendix B: HTTP Status Codes Appendix C: Common MIME Types Appendix D: Language Tags Appendix E: Common Content Encodings App...
The Oracle OLAP DML Reference provides a complete description of the OLAP Data
Manipulation Language (OLAP DML) used to define and manipulate analytic
workspace objects. Part I briefly describes how to use the OLAP DML. Part II
consists of a reference topic for each of the OLAP DML statements.
This manual is intended for programmers and database administrators who create
and modify analytic workspaces and analytic workspace objects using the OLAP
The result of two years full-time work by a long-time best-selling author, this book shows you how to implement anything you can imagine with the Canvas 2D API, from text editors to video games. Geary meticulously covers every detail of the API with crystal-clear writing so that you not only understand advanced concepts, but most importantly, you can modify the book's examples for your own specific use cases.