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Chapter 13 . Style with Cascading Style > Editing a Cascading Style Sheet - Pg. 169

Style with Cascading Style 169 Editing a Cascading Style Sheet After you create a style sheet, you can make changes to it at any time--even after you have linked the external CSS to a page. This is a convenient feature, because you can make changes in one CSS document that could be instantly applied to every Web page linked to that style sheet! Adding Styles The basic way style sheets work is by sending a browser very specific instructions on how text is supposed to look. This is done by assigning styles to elements already used in HTML. You can add styles to a CSS document easily.