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<BR><BR><HR> using barcode encoder for applet control to generate, create pdf417 image in applet applications. GS1 DataBar bar codes <DIV CLASS="indent100 PDF-417 2d barcode for Java " ID="PurpleBack"> This is the DIVISION part with 20 point indented text of 100 pixels from CLASS "indent100" and a purple background color from ID "PurpleBack". <H5> This is a H5 Element nested inside a Division Element with a CLASS of "indent100" and an ID of "PurpleBack" so the CONTEXTUAL STYLE gives it aqua text on a purple background and it inherits text that has a size of 20 points. <BR> The reason that the text-indent Property and font-style Properties are not inherited is because Navigator is not sophisticated enough yet.

</H5> <H2> This is a H2 Test Heading that has this "DIV.indent100.#PurpleBack H2 { color: yellow; }" CONTEXTUAL STYLE applied.

<BR> <BR> </H2>. </DIV> </BODY> </HTML> Part I D y n a m i c H T M L More Style Uses The STYLE Attribute The STYLE Attribute is u sed to apply a Style directly to an Element in the BODY of the document in an on-the-fly fashion. It"s mainly used when you have a Style that you need to use only once or twice. Just so there isn"t any confusion, the STYLE Attribute works just like other Attributes of an Element, except that instead of specifying a VALUE within the quote marks, you specify one or more Property NAME: VALUE; Pairs between the double quotes.

There is a complete list of all the Elements that the Style Attribute can be used with on page 15. Here are a few mini-examples:. <FORM <CITE <H1 PDF 417 for Java <TD <DIV <BODY <A STYLE="float:center; font-size:14pt;"> STYLE="color:olive; font-size:12pt;"> STYLE="border-style:ridge; color:yellow; border-width:25px;"> STYLE="background-color:blue; color:white; font-size:15pt;"> STYLE="text-indent:50px; font-size:13pt;"> STYLE="margin:20px; font-size:14pt;"> STYLE="color:red; font-weight:bold;">. Syntax:. <ELEMENT *** </ELEMENT> STYLE="PropertyNAME: VALUE; PropertyNAME: VALUE; ..."> Several usages of the ST YLE Attribute within different Elements are demonstrated in this example. Note that the STYLE Element is not used at all in the HEAD of the page. The STYLE Attribute implements the Style on a local Element-by-Element basis.

. Example 1-47:. Sample247.html <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC pdf417 2d barcode for Java "-//W3C//DTD HTML 3.2//EN"> <HTML><HEAD> <TITLE>Sample 247 - CSS Example 1-47 Style as Attribute</TITLE> </HEAD> <BODY STYLE="margin: 20px; font-size: 19pt; border-style: ridge; border-width: 25px; border-color: aqua; color: purple;">. CHAPTER 1 Style Sheets <P> Just a regular swing PDF 417 paragraph. Notice that there is no STYLE Element Style Sheet in the Header. Also notice that this paragraph did not inherit the font-size of 19 pt or the text color of purple from the BODY Element.

</P> <CITE STYLE="color: olive; font-size: 22pt;"> The Citation </CITE> <H1 STYLE="border-style: ridge; color: blue; border-width: 25px;"> <BR> The H1. <BR><BR> </H1> <DIV STYLE="text-indent: 50px; font-size: 29pt;"> The Division. </DIV> <A STYLE="color: red; font-weight: bold;" HREF="Sample248.

html"> The Link to the next Sample 248. </A> </BODY> </HTML>. <BR><BR> The <SPAN> Element The <SPAN> Element has a different methodology of applying Style than any of the techniques we"ve used so far and the purpose differs in that it is used to create a Style for a chunk of content itself, instead of for an Element that controls a chunk of content. When you use the SPAN Element, the Style will only be applied to the content between its Start and End Tags. The SPAN Element requires both Start and End Tags.

You use the SPAN Element with only the STYLE Attribute or it can include CLASSes of STYLE that may or may not have ID Exceptions. Using the STYLE Attribute within the SPAN Element is a very quick way of applying Style, but only in the short run if a Style won"t be needed very often. One of the frequently implemented techniques for using the SPAN Element is to highlight a particular word or phrase by changing its color, size, or font or to create an Initial DropCap to start a paragraph, which is demonstrated in Example 1-51.

Obviously you have to use one of the three Attributes listed in the following Syntax in order for the SPAN Element to do anything.. Syntax:.
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