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Tennessee Web Design Foundations: C10H16.9.5

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Use of Cascading Style Sheets: Explore the use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for page layout and cite evidence why CSS provides more flexible and precise layout capabilities than tables and frames. Explain and demonstrate coding for the following elements of CSS page layout. a. CSS box model (e.g., inline, block) b. Document flow and positioning (e.g., static, relative, absolute, fixed, float, z-index) c. CSS positioning schemes (e.g., two-column layout, three-column layout)

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5.7 Combining CSS Selectors
5.8 The Don't Repeat Yourself Principle
5.10 Visibility
5.13 The Box Model
7.3 The Bootstrap Grid System
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8.15 Divs
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3.3 Divs
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25.13 The Box Model
25.8 The Don't Repeat Yourself Principle
25.7 Combining CSS Selectors
25.10 Visibility
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5.7 Combining CSS Selectors
5.8 The Don't Repeat Yourself Principle
5.10 Visibility
5.13 The Box Model
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5.7 Combining CSS Selectors
5.8 The Don't Repeat Yourself Principle
5.10 Visibility
5.13 The Box Model
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2.3 The Bootstrap Grid System
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7.3 The Bootstrap Grid System