You should now have a good understanding of how to use styles to replace many of the deprecated elements and attributes in HTML 4.01, especially replacing the FONT element and the BODY element's TEXT, LINK, VLINK, ALINK, BGCOLOR, and BACKGROUND attributes, as well as replacing the ALIGN attribute for horizontally aligning and floating elements and images. You should also now know how to use styles to create a number of other Web page effects, such as formatting a centered box, creating a drop-cap effect, creating custom horizontal rules, and controlling the appearance of lists.
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There is a good deal more to using styles than can be covered in a single session. To learn more about using Cascading Style Sheets, visit the W3C's Cascading Style Sheets page at www.w3.org/Style/CSS/. Visit the author's support page for this book, at www.callihan.com/learn4/, for links to additional CSS resources.
A bonus session is scheduled for tonight ("Creating Page Layouts") that you can do, if you want to take the time. If you're done for the day, however, feel free to leave it for another weekend. If you are continuing on tonight to do the Sunday Evening bonus session, take your dinner break at this time. I'll see you back here in half an hour to an hour, when you'll learn how to create page layouts.