Chapter 3. Rendering HTML and CSS
This chapter covers
- Outputting HTML to the publisher’s page
- Methods for loading styles
- Writing conflict-free HTML and CSS
- Techniques for presenting content using iframes
Now, not all third-party scripts will make use of rendering. Analytics trackers, web service API wrappers, and other passive scripts won’t require any rendering at all. In those cases, most of the content in this chapter might not apply. But in the case of the Camera Stork product widget, there won’t be much of an application if users can’t see it.