Do I have to use a ID tag or a CLASS tag when I am stating the styles inside of a tag. Here's an example.
<div style="position: relative; left: auto; right: auto; top: 0px; height: 225px; width: 869px">
Since is says styles in there, do I have to put a ID or Class tag? Like this.
<div id="EXAMPLE" style="position: relative; left: auto; right: auto; top: 0px; height: 225px; width: 869px">
You only need an
So, to answer your question: no, you don't need it for this example.
That said, there are a number of reasons why you should move your
style="foo" attributes into an external stylesheet. You should consider doing this, which would then require adding a class.
inline styles are a maintenance nightmare.
use a class on the element for repeating elements on the page, or an ID where there's only one per page and move your inline styles to an external stylesheet where you can alter all the styling on every page in a single file.
Inline styles should be rarely, if ever used.
To use external stylesheets with MS Expression, follow this tutorial: http://www.digitalfamily.com/expression/10-tips/Expression-Web-Tip-3.html