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COP2500 #3

Images can be... -Links -Clickable image maps -Banners -Marquees -Billboards -Rollovers
In Html images are static... Cannot be changed without loading a new page or reloading the current page
<img> tag is... tag element for an image
ALIGN Floats the image either to the left or right side of the page or other defined directions (e.g. text-top, top, middle,abs-middle,bottom,abs-bottom)
ALT Alternative text when the image doesn't appear
BORDER Width in pixels of an image border
HEIGHT Height in pixels of an image
HSPACE Added space in pixels to the right and left sides of the image
SRC The URL or location of the image relative to the root document
VSPACE Added space in pixels to the top and bottom of the image
WIDTH Width of the image in pixels
<map> tag element for an image map
ID Name of the image map
Name Also the name of the image map
<area> tag element to define the clickable areas of an image map
Alt (referring to image map) What happens when the user clicks
COORDS (image map) Shape of the rectangle, circle, or polygon in x,y pixel coordinates
HREF (image map) Address of the page that will appear when the user clicks in the area
SHAPE (image map) Assigned a type that represents the area
x1,y1,x2,y2 Specifies the coordinates of the left, top, right, bottom corner of the rectangle (rect)
x,y,radius Specifies the coordinates of the circle center and the radius (circle)
x1,y1,x2,y2,..,xn,yn Specifies the coordinates of the edges of the polygon. (poly)
Cascading Style Sheets or CSS Style Sheet language used on web sites to specify the appearance of each page element, first version introduced in 1996
Style rule List of style properties to an element or group of elements
Format selector is a -tag element -id -class
Style rule precedence -Browser -User-defined -External -Embedded -Inline
Under-defined Modify the settings in the web browser
External include in HTML using link element: "externalstyle.css"
Embedded Inserted directly in the <head> element
Inline Applied directly to a tag element
CSS Defining Colors Use color names; hexadecimal numbers
Hue tint of the color based on color wheel location
Saturation Intensity of the color; 0 percent-100 percent equates to no color-full color
Lightness Brightness of the color; 0 percent-100 percent equates to black-white
Opacity values How much of the colors below the surface of the current object show through to affect appearance
rgba red,green,blue, opacity
hsla hue, saturation,lightness, opacity
font-family defines font face;fonts ex. Arial, Times New Roman, Verdana
font-size size;sets the font size
letter-spacing size;sets the kerning (space between letters)
word-spacing size;sets the tracking (space between words)
Size is specified as absolute units or relative units
Absolute units are a fixed size
Relative Units are relative to the size of other objects on the web page
font-style type; normal, italic, oblique
font-weight weight; normal, bold, bolder, light, lighter
text-decoration type; none, underline, overline, line-through
text-transform type; capitalize, uppercase, lowercase, none
font-variant type; normal, small-caps
Kerning space between characters
tracking space between words
leading space between lines of text
text-indentation indent from the left margin
text-align alignment;left right center, justify
vertical-align alignment; baseline, bottom, middle, sub, super, text-bottom, text-top, top
list- style type Ordered or unordered; ol, ul
Drop shadows text shadow
box shadow box-shadow:inset color offsetY blur spread
Rotate object transform style; 2d 3d
color gradient linear, radial, repeating
rounded corners on elements border-radius:25px
Created by: Koliviapop



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