Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Style

Related Topics

In the News (Fri 14 Dec 18)

Style is often aligned with pathos, since its figures of speech are often employed to persuade through emotional appeals (see Figures of pathos).
Style is very much part of the appeal through logos, especially considering the fact that schemes of repetition serve to produce coherence and clarity, obvious attributes of the appeal to reason.
Style is essential to rhetoric in that its guiding assumption is that the form or linguistic means in which something is communicated is as much part of the message as is the content (as MacLuhan has said, "the medium is the message").
humanities.byu.edu /rhetoric/Canons/Style.htm   (918 words)

 Style - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Style may refer to genre, design, format, or appearance, including:
Linguistics: Variation in the language use of an individual, such as formal/informal style, is studied in stylistics.
One of the three traditional design features of a typeface along with size and weight - styles are either regular, italic or condensed.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Style   (142 words)

 Style guide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Style guides used by universities are particularly rigorous in their preferred style for citing sources.
Two of the most widely used style guides in the United States are The Chicago Manual of Style and the Associated Press stylebook.
Most American newspapers base their style on that of The Associated Press, but also have their own style guides for local terms and individual preferences.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Manual_of_Style   (1353 words)

 A List Apart: Articles: Alternative Style: Working With Alternate Style Sheets
Style sheets can be associated with documents using a list of link elements in the head.
To specify an alternate style sheet, the rel attribute is set to “alternate stylesheet” and the style sheet is named with a title attribute.
As this is an article on style, and cookies are a completely different topic, I won’t explain the cookie functions here, but I will include them for your convenience (these functions are written by ALA author Peter-Paul Koch).
www.alistapart.com /stories/alternate   (1549 words)

 style Object (A, ACRONYM, ADDRESS, ...) (Internet Explorer - DHTML)
Inline styles are Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) assignments that you apply directly to individual HTML elements using the STYLE attribute.
To obtain information about styles in style sheets, use the styleSheets collection to access to the individual style sheets defined in the document.
This example copies the inline style of the second element (div2) to the first (div1) while preserving the styles of the second.
msdn.microsoft.com /workshop/author/dhtml/reference/objects/obj_style.asp   (2507 words)

 Style Master CSS Editor for Windows and Mac OS X
Style Master CSS Editor has Wizards, over 30 standards based templates, built in help and an outstanding new CSS tutorial that will have you styling your own web standards sites in no time.
Style Master is a customizable design environment with sophisticated hand coding tools, editors and powerful tools for understanding complex style sheets and how they style your pages.
Style Master is a CSS editor: you use it to create and edit cascading style sheets.
www.westciv.com /style_master   (706 words)

 Web Style Sheets
Style sheets describe how documents are presented on screens, in print, or perhaps how they are pronounced.
The W3C Style Activity is also developing XSL, which consists of a combination of XSLT and “Formatting Objects” (XSL-FO).
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet mechanism that has been specifically developed to meet the needs of Web designers and users.
www.w3.org /Style   (802 words)

 STYLE - Embedded Style Sheet
TITLE attribute, the style sheet is automatically applied but the user may choose to disable the style sheet while keeping or enabling other style sheets.
Style sheets with the same title are considered to be the same style sheet.
If the same style sheet is used in multiple documents, then an external style sheet would be more appropriate.
www.htmlhelp.com /reference/html40/head/style.html   (330 words)

 Creating Web Documents: Style Sheets
Style sheets help people who write HTML separate the content of their Web pages from a specification of how those Web pages should look.
Therefore, in using style sheets, like many other kinds of new HTML elements that have come before, you will need to be sensitive to users who do not have the most current Web browser software.
In fact, by using style sheets, you can avoid much of the kind of syntax gymnastics that HTML writers have had to put into their pages to make things "look right." The result is that your HTML pages can be leaner and cleaner.
www.december.com /html/tutor/style.html   (815 words)

 Style   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The STYLE element is used in the document HEAD section to indicate style information for the entire document.
If a LINKed stylesheet also exists for the current document, the CSS style rules indicated in the STYLE element should have precedence over styles in the LINKed stylesheet, given that each of the selectors for the style rules are equal.
It allows the browser to build a menu of alternative style sheets (such as if one or more external Style Sheets are specified through use of the LINK element.) It may also be used to identify the Style Sheet in order to allow the user to have control over turning it on or off.
www.blooberry.com /indexdot/html/tagpages/s/style.htm   (683 words)

 Research and Documentation Online: Sciences
One type of number system is outlined in Scientific Style and Format, published by the Council of Biology Editors (6th ed., 1994).
At the end of the paper, on a page titled "References" or "Cited References," the source is fully identified according to CBE style.
The number format for citing sources is less cumbersome and distracting than the author-date method, especially when you need to refer to many works one after another in the text of your paper.
www.dianahacker.com /resdoc/sciences/number.html   (387 words)

 Style. A North American demo group on c64 (1990-) and PC (2004-).   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Style releases BMSplit v1.0, a simple but useful and quick PC console tool for splitting your c64 graphics binary format files (e.g.
Style participated at Pilgrimage 2004, the North American PC demo scene event in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Style released a version of the old but famous C64 data maker tool for PC.
www.style64.org   (667 words)

 Style Sheets in HTML documents
Style sheets make it easy to specify the amount of white space between text lines, the amount lines are indented, the colors used for the text and the backgrounds, the font size and style, and a host of other details.
In this case, distributing style rules throughout the document will actually lead to worse performance than using a linked style sheet, since for most documents, the style sheet will already be present in the local cache.
The syntax of style data depends on the style sheet language.
www.w3.org /TR/html401/present/styles.html   (3131 words)

 Cascading Style Sheet Frequently Asked Questions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Style rules can be specified for a single element occurrence, multiple elements, an entire document, or even multiple documents at once.
Style sheets are also backward compatible - They can be mixed with HTML styling elements and attributes so that older browsers can view content as intended.
If you are planning on using more than one style specification method in your document, you must also worry about Cascading Order of Style methods (see question 11.) If you are going to use only one method, then some guidelines about the nature of each method need to be kept in mind.
www.blooberry.com /indexdot/css/topics/stylefaq.htm   (2041 words)

 Welcome to Style!
Style handles formatted text, in which each character can have its own font, size, style and color, and each paragraph can have its own alignment, line spacing and margins.
Style is also fully scriptable, so you can add your own commands by writing scripts (or having Style write them for you).
Style 1.9.1 for Mac OS 8/9 is distributed as a StuffIt 5 archive.
www.merzwaren.com /style   (858 words)

 Gregorian Association
It might therefore be suggested that the largely clerical rejection of the chant in recent years resulted from a premature judgement, stemming from a reductionist analysis of the possible range of meanings in the liturgy and its traditional music.
However, the performance of Anglican Chant continued to be influenced by the same rhythmic performance style until the twentieth century, when equalist rhythm was adopted in the wake of the influence of the monks of Solesmes.
In a similar style were arrangements of chant and of Merbecke's music for the Eucharist made in the 1880's by Sir John Stainer, one-time Director of Music of the Association.
www.beaufort.demon.co.uk /chant.htm   (3975 words)

 Effective Use of Cascading Style Sheets (Alertbox July 1997)
These differences make it important that Web style sheets are designed by a specialist who understands the many ways in which the result may look different than what is on his or her own screen.
Single-page styles should be embedded rather than linked: the page should continue to link in the global style sheet and then override it with local, embedded styles as necessary.
Retaining a decent presentation without the style sheet is mandatory to support users with older browsers, blind users, and users who need to disable the style feature in their browser (either because of bugs or because your style conflicts too much with their preferences).
www.useit.com /alertbox/9707a.html   (1443 words)

 Writing cascading style sheets   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The aim of this guide is to show, with examples, the principles you should follow when writing style sheets, so as to not risk your documents hard or impossible to read for some users, as well as providing solutions to some specific problems.
With style sheets, you can separately from the content suggest how it should be rendered, which is why I hope and think it will encourage authors to correctly mark up their documents.
The downside to grouping by properties is of course that if you have a large and complex style sheet, it's not easy to see at a glance all properties for an element, which means you must take care whenever adding an element, especially to give it both a colour and background.
www.canit.se /%7Egriffon/web/writing_stylesheets.html   (3269 words)

 Style Manuals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Once a certain style is established, however, students can use the style manual to model citation formats.
Style manuals cover the most common print and non-print sources, but often are spotty on electronic sources.
The primary elements of a bibliographic reference are the same for most styles of documentation, although the order in which they are presented may vary.
www.lib.memphis.edu /instr/style.htm   (1673 words)

 Complete CSS Guide - Cascading style sheets reference - Contents
If you need help learning CSS or if you're looking for info about selectors, properties and all the other aspects of cascading style sheets, this is the place.
Start by reading the introduction to this guide to really understand what cascading style sheets are and how they work.
Style Master developer John Allsopp teams up with Russ Weakley to present a series of standards based web development workshops in Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Melbourne this July.
www.westciv.com /style_master/academy/css_tutorial   (343 words)

 APA Style   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Concise Rules of APA Style is an easy-to-use pocket guide, compiled from the Publication Manual of the APA.
It provides complete guidance on the rules of style and will prove an invaluable reference tool for all those studying and working in the social sciences.
A version for instructors helps with teaching APA style to students.
www.apastyle.org   (214 words)

 University of Alberta Libraries
The style authorities have various approaches to the citation of electronic sources and, in general, there is little agreement among them.
However, there are two principles emerging to which all authorities appear to adhere: 1) provide as much information as possible concerning the authorship and the availability of the sources, and 2) if there is no specific guideline for a particular electronic source, draw an analogy to a relevant print source guideline.
The Chicago style favored by writers in literature, history, and the arts, is a system known as ¡§Notes and bibliography¡¨.
www.library.ualberta.ca /guides/citation/index.cfm   (1594 words)

 2. Style. The American Heritage Book of English Usage. 1996
These problems—of parallelism, redundancy, and the like—are more rhetorical than grammatical; that is, they involve choices you must make as a writer trying to create a certain style of expression.
And no doubt the audience in these more formal situations will have more exacting expectations of how we express ourselves than it would on more relaxed occasions.
A successful and distinctive writing style is an elusive bird of paradise.
www.bartleby.com /64/2.html   (2563 words)

 ArtLex on Style
Such works are said to have a group style.
Some examples of group styles are art nouveau, chinoiserie, cubism,
Picasso described himself as "a painter without style," explaining: "Style is often something which locks the painter into the same vision, the same technique, the same formula during years and years, sometimes during one's whole lifetime."
www.artlex.com /ArtLex/s/style.html   (108 words)

 MLA Style Electronic Formats   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Although MLA style does not require the insertion of the word "Retrieved" or the word "Accessed" before the access date, you may wish to include one of these words to distinguish a retrieval date from a publication date.
MLA style requires that the years of journal publications be shown in parentheses.
MLA style suggests that writers avoid showing network and e-mail addresses as hyperlinks, unless the document containing them is to be read on screen.
www.westwords.com /guffey/mla.html   (977 words)

 Grammar Style refdesk.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The Chicago Manual of Style: FAQ - Site answers some of the questions ask of CMS staff that commonly vex writers and editors.
The Elements of Style - William Strunk, Jr.
Slot, The: A Spot for Copy Editors- part style manual, part pet-peeve collection, The Slot is one copy editor's look at how to use, and how not to use, the English language.
www.refdesk.com /factgram.html   (1857 words)

 APA Style Guide - M. Plonsky, Ph.D.
This hypertext guide is an attempt to make the style of writing used in the field of psychology clear to you.
These references will be listed in the reference section and are cited using a particular style which you can see most clearly in the literature you are reading for your review.
A common mistake that students often make is to organize the paper around the specific references they are using (even using the reference titles as the main headings of the manuscript).
www.uwsp.edu /psych/apa4b.htm   (5296 words)

 Style Sheets for Citing Resources (Print & Electronic) - Examples and General rules for MLA, APA, Chicago, and ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Turabian and Chicago Styles Guide - From the work of Kate Turabian at the University of Chicago and the University of Chicago Press.
Ask your instructor which style sheet he or she wishes you to use and if there are other special formatting instructions you should follow.
If you consult other, less official manuals or online style guides that purport to explain these style, please be aware that these sometimes contain errors which conflict with the official guides:
www.lib.berkeley.edu /TeachingLib/Guides/Internet/Style.html   (734 words)

 OWL at Purdue University: Using Modern Language Association (MLA) Format
MLA style also specifies guidelines for formatting manuscripts and using the English language in writing and also provides a writers with a system for cross-referencing their sources--from their parenthetical references to their works cited page.
The preparation of manuscripts in MLA style is covered in chapter four of the MLA Style Manual, as well as in chapter three of the Handbook for Writing Research Papers.
Formatting quotations using MLA style is covered in section 3.9 of the MLA Style Manual (which begins on page 102), and section 2.7 of the of the Handbook for Writing Research Papers (which begins on page 80).
owl.english.purdue.edu /handouts/research/r_mla.html   (4747 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.