Style Page for Web Applications

This is a style page for web applications.

My pages are valid XHTML 1.0 Strict documents. They are designed to be reasonably compatible with any recent browser (such as last versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer and Apple Safari) and any custom settings (anyway, in case of discrepancies, the last version of Microsoft Internet Explorer with default settings is the reference).

You are encouraged to view the XHTML source of my pages, as well as the source of the related CSS style sheet, using your browser.

To evaluate in depth the compatibility with browsers and settings, you can go to a testing page, which is a modified version of this page that uses a modified style sheet with parameters unlikely chosen to customize browsers.

Headings Paragraphs Lists and Tables

Just above there is a heading. In any page there is only one first level heading, placed at the very top visible, containing the title of the document. Second level headings are optional. If a page belongs to a large set, headings may be replaced by a header and a footer and the document title is part of the header. This is a paragraph.

An unordered list:

An ordered list (formatted via the more general definition list, to display uniform indentation for any number of items and to control numbering properly):

1
First phrase
2
Second phrase

A definition list:

First Title
First phrase
Second Title
Second phrase

All lists are displayed with a bullet for each item. Ordered lists look like a special case of definition lists, unordered lists like a special cases of ordered lists. Lists may include complete sentences instead of phrases and may be nested in more levels:

Lists may also be mixed:

First Title
First level, first sentence. Introduces:
Second Title
First level, second sentence. Introduces:

A table:

First Title Second Title
First phrase Second phrase

Like lists, tables may have no titles and include complete sentences instead of phrases:

First sentence.
Second sentence.