CSS - Cascading Style Sheets (Cascading Style Sheets)
CSS to define how to display HTML elements.
CSS describes the visual style HTML elements (the appearance, layout, colors, fonts).
CSS is a separate design file (HTML thereby greatly improving flexibility and reducing the complexity of HTML).
CSS is easy to learn. You can put an HTML element as a selector, and within the braces of the style properties are listed
font-family:"Times New Roman";
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Stylesheet greatly improved work efficiency
Style sheets define how to display HTML elements, such as the font tag and the color attribute in HTML 3.2 style is usually stored in an external .css file.
By simply editing a simple CSS file, an external style sheet so you have the ability to simultaneously change the appearance of all pages in the site layout.
By allowing control the style and layout of multiple pages, CSS can be regarded as a breakthrough WEB design. As a web developer, you can define a style for each HTML element and apply it to any number you want to page. To make global transformation, simply change the style, then all elements in the site will be automatically updated.
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