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What is CSS rule ruleset?
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There are two types of CSS rules: ruleset and at-rule. Ruleset identifies selector or selectors and declares style which is to be attached to that selector or selectors. For example P {text-indent: 10pt} is a CSS rule. CSS rulesets consist of two parts: selector, e.g. P and declaration, e.g. {text-indent: 10pt}.
P {text-indent: 10pt} CSS rule (ruleset) {text-indent: 10pt} CSS declaration text-indent CSS property 10pt CSS value

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CSS - Questions
1. How to customize your text boxes.
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2. How can I specify two different sets of link colors?
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3. What is two auto margins?
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4. How do I make my div 100% height?
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5. What is parent child selector?
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6. How to use CSS to separate content and design ?
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7. How do I have a background image that isnt tiled?
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8. What is CSS3?
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9. Explain in brief about the term CSS.
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10. What are the various style sheets?
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11. What is the use @keyframes in CSS3?
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12. How do I have a fixed non scrolling background image?
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13. What is cascade?
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14. Why call the subtended angle a pixel, instead of something else ?
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15. Why is it my hover declaration for links does not work ?
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16. How do I place text over an image?
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17. Why does Netscape lose my styles ?
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18. Explain inline, embedded and external style sheets.
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19. How do you override the underlining of hyperlinks?
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20. When is auto different from 0 in margin properties?
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21. What are pseudo elements?
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22. Why use Style Sheets?
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23. What is property?
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24. How do I eliminate the blue border around linked images?
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25. What is attribute selector?
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26. What is one auto margin?
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27. Describe about float element.
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28. List various font attributes used in style sheet.
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29. Which font names are available on all platforms ?
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30. Why does my content shift to the left on some pages in FF?
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31. Why was the decision made to make padding apply outside of the width of a box, rather than inside, which would seem to make more sense?
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32. Why do style sheets exist?
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33. What are style sheet properties?
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34. What are Style Sheets?
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35. What is latest version, CSS4 or CSS3?
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36. Tell about hover element in CSS3.
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37. Describe pseudo classes in CSS.
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38. Can CSS be used with other than HTML documents?
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39. How do I move the list bullet to the left and right?
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40. What is grouping?
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41. How can I specify background images?
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42. Write different ways of styles applied in HTML file?
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43. How do I write my style sheet so that it gracefully cascades with users personal sheet ?
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44. what is Fixed Background?
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45. Which set of definitions, HTML attributes or CSS properties, take precedence?
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46. What are Cascading Style Sheets?
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47. How do I center block-elements with CSS1?
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48. What is CSS rule ruleset?
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49. What are inline, block, parent, children, replaced and floating elements?
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50. Can Style Sheets and HTML stylistic elements be used in the same document?
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