As we discover and fix errata, we list them here and our publisher puts them in a file so they can be corrected at the next printing of the book, and in subsequent editions. You can tell which printing you have by looking at the copyright page. Towards the bottom of the page, under the ISBN, there is a line of numbers, which looks something like this:
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
The rightmost number is the printing number. The example above indicates the first printing. Errata listed here may or may not be fixed in the book you hold in your hands, depending on what printing it is.
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- The first Tip on the page should read:
To return to the tabbed window view on Windows, click the Maximize button in the top-right corner of any document. This puts all open windows back in their place. To return to the tabbed window view on Mac, choose Window > Combine as Tabs.
- In the book, it is unclear that the Combine as Tabs menu choice only appears on the Mac version.
- Page 227
- At the end of Step 6, add the line:
To suit your layout, add your own color and padding settings if desired.
- Page 228
- Step 7 should read:
Now it's time to add three new rules to handle the navigation in the sidebar: one for the
ul, one for the
li, and one for the
atags; respectively, an unordered list, each individual list element, and the links themselves. Click to place the insertion point in the sidebar, then select the
.twoColElsLtHdr #sidebarrule in the CSS Styles panel. You should recall from Chapter 7 that rules are added by clicking the New CSS rule button at the bottom of the CSS panel. When you click that button, the New CSS Rule dialog appears (Figure 8.15).
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- In Figure 8.24, associated with Step 16, the figure is incorrect; the default style property for the template is
background-coloras shown in the figure.