Dynamic CSS - links
Dynamic CSS - Introduction
Dynamic Cascading Style Sheets
Dynamic CSS, or DCSS, is an umbrella term for a collection of technologies used together to create dynamic style sheets, by using a combination of any server-sided programming language (such as PHP/ASP/Perl/JSP) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). The first idea of DCSS was written in July 2002 by Jori Koolstra, a Dutch programmer.
Note. All the examples of Dynamic CSS I met so far on the internet use an internal stylesheet ( <style type="text/css"><?php require_once("sheet.dcss.php"); ?></style> ). The results of the PHP process would be shown in the head-section of the webpage.
Here we use an external stylesheet by using <link href="../css3_dcss/stylesheet.php" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" /> in the head-section of this page. The results of the PHP process are shown in the stylesheet.
Dynamic Cascading Style Sheets - Examples
Note. These three layouts are described right below in "Example stylesheet".