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Since the release of HTML 4.0, the majority of websites use Cascading Style Sheets, or CSS. CSS allows the website designer to control the formatting of text for the entire site with one element, instead of having to change the text format on every page. While it is considered a more advanced tool, it allows for more customization and is used by all major web browsers.
CSS can be used in three different ways:
With this in the head of the page, all h1 tags on that page will be blue, h2 tags will be red, and all text within the paragraph tags will be green. The advantage to CSS is if down the road you decide that you want all the text black, you can change just one file to effect all pages that use that style sheet. This not only saves time but also makes your code cleaner since each individual paragraph and header will not need to specify the style. Continue reading in this class for more information to assist in implementing CSS on your website and for examples.
|1.||Understanding the Benefits of CSS|
|2.||CSS Syntax and Popular Tags|
|3.||Adding CSS to your Website|
|4.||Adding CSS to your web page|
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