What is CSS? Editing CSS

What is CSS?

CSS means "Cascading Style Sheets". CSS is a system of rules that directly effect the display properties of your web pages such as colors, fonts and layouts. CSS style blocks are also commonly referred to as rules. These rules can be embedded into an individual HTML page or placed in an external file that will control many individual pages on your website. Thus changing a property in one place in the linked style sheet will immediately make that change on every web page that is linked to it.

"CSS Web Template" is a website design created using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) technology. Cascading style sheets provide web developers an easy way to format and to style web pages. CSS will be used even more because it is seen the same way by all browsers, making it the best option during the browser wars. 

CSS templates allow enhanced browser and platform compatibility (CSS supporting browsers are used by 99.98% of existent web surfers). Your website will look perfect in Windows, UNIX and MAC browsers. The template is primarily tested on multiple platforms to ensure better requirements compliance. 

Style Sheets are the easiest way to provide a default font styling for HTML. So, you can modify the whole text and link colors on every page by editing just a single CSS file! CSS also makes your coding much easier because you don't have to repeat the many formatting tags. This streamlined code equals faster download time and reduced bandwidth usage. 

CSS templates show 100% compatibility with Macromedia Dreamweaver and MS FrontPage.  Other web editors also handle this technology easier than the usual HTML code.

Good news - now you don't need to fight with complicated HTML tables trying to modify the layout of your site. Our CSS templates use blocks instead of tables. So you can move content blocks by simply dragging 'n' dropping them in your HTML editor. Moreover, these tags are better understood by JavaScript and other web programming languages. 

CSS technology is a great step forward in web development. Separated content and presentation adds more flexibility to your website. And, you'll have no problems with future modification of your website. All templates are based on w3c.org technologies and standards that make your website much more user-friendly.