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Part: IV Text Topics > Adding Cascading Style Sheets

Chapter 42. Adding Cascading Style Sheets

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) describe the style or appearance of elements on a Web page. You can use CSS to redefine the way the browser displays an HTML tag or sequence of tags, or you can build entirely new styles and apply them to whatever pieces of content you like. In this regard, CSS is extremely useful in separating the structure of a document—the purely technical description of a Web page that identifies individual pieces of content as particular elements, or types of things: paragraphs, images, headers, quotes, and so on—from the presentation of the document—what each element looks like in a browser.


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