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  • Style sheets give your Web pages a unified look and feel.

  • When you work with style sheets, you refer to each element by its unique identifier, called a selector. The selector is simply the markup tag for the element without the first and last characters (<>).

  • When you want to apply a style definition to multiple elements, you can use a style class. After you create the style class, you can apply the class to any element in your Web page.

  • The best way to apply style definitions to multiple pages is to use a linked style sheet. With linked style sheets, you store the style definitions in separate files and reference the style sheet file in the pages that should use them.

  • When they are no longer required, you can remove style sheet definitions from Web pages quickly and easily.


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