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CSS Syntax

CSS “commands”, style rules is the proper name, are composed of: selector {property:value} The selector is the HTML element to be specified, i.e., the element that will be affected by the rule which is expressed in between curly brackets. The rule is composed of a property, which is the “part” of the HTML element that you want to modify, and …

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What Is CSS?

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. It’s a method of specyfing how elements in an HTML page will look, i.e., it’s a method of specifying the style of elements in a page. While HTML tags say: “This is a paragraph”, “This is a headline” and so on, Cascading Style Sheets specify how those paragraphs, headlines and so on actually look.

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