CSS or Cascading Style Sheets is a style sheet language used to format the look and apply a unfirom style on multiple web pages written in HTML, XHTML, or XML. CSS allows separation of document content from elements such as the layout, colors, and fonts, allowing for standardized formatting and changing content without affecting formatting. It also allows presentation of the same content on different formats.
Learn how to use these style sheets with this comprehensive Bright Hub CSS Guide. The depth and breadth of articles in this guide range from a review of the best freeware editors, to the pros and cons of using CSS, and from beginner's tips on how to set up header tags and paragraph tags to more advanced applications such as how to use the overflow property and write scroll box HTML code.
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