CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) - Software/Programming/Technologies - Freelance Database Systems and Web Developer I am a Freelance Microsoft Access Database and WEB Systems Developer/Programmer specialising in Database Development, Access, SQL, Foxpro. Design, Programming and Development of both local network and Internet based applications. +44 (0)20 8123 0528  

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ADO (ActiveX Data Objects)
Adobe Acrobat
ASP (Active Server Pages)
Auto IT
Clipper
Coral 66
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)
dBaseIII+
Documentation
DOS Batch programming
FoxPro for DOS
General Office Software
HTML
Internet / Web Software
JavaScript
ODBC (Open Database Connectivity)
OLE DB
Operating Systems
Q&A
SQL (Structured Query Language)
VBA (Visual Basic for Applications)
VBScript
VB (Visual Basic)
VDS (Visual Dialogscript)
VFP (Visual Foxpro)
WAP (Wireless Application Protocol)
XML (Extensible Markup Language)
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)

CSS

CSS is a simple method for controlling the style of a Web document without compromising its structure. By separating visual design elements (fonts, colours, margins, and so on) from the structural logic of a Web page, CSS provide Web designers the control they desire without sacrificing the integrity of the data - thus maintaining its usability in multiple environments. In addition, defining typographic design and page layout from within a single, distinct block of code - without having to resort to image maps, tags, tables, and spacer GIFs - allows for faster downloads, streamlined site maintenance, and instantaneous global control of design attributes across multiple pages. More information about Cascading Style Sheets can be found here.

I use CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) in nearly all Intranet/Internet applications I write.

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