Setting the CSS Appearance Page Properties options

Setting the CSS Appearance Page Properties options

The CSS Appearance Page Properties category lets you specify several basic page layout options for your web pages:

Font specifies the default font family to use in your web pages. Dreamweaver will use the font family you specify unless another font is specifically set for a text element.

Size specifies the default font size to use in your web pages. Dreamweaver will use the font size you specify unless another font size is specifically set for a text element.

Text Color specifies the default color to render fonts with.

Background Color specifies the background color to use for the page.

Background Image specifies a background image for the page. See Setting a background image or background page color.

Repeat specifies how the background image will be displayed on the page:

  • Select the No-repeat option to display the background image only once.
  • Select the Repeat option to repeat, or tile, the image both horizontally and vertically.
  • Select the Repeat-x option to tile the image horizontally.
  • Select the Repeat-y option to tile the image vertically.

Left and Right Margin specifies the size of the left and right page margins.

Top and Bottom Margin specifies the size of the top and bottom page margins.

Related topics

  • About setting page properties
  • Specifying HTML instead of CSS


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