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9.2. Style Syntax

The syntax of a style, as you may have gleaned from our previous examples, is fairly straightforward. A style rule is made up of at least three basic parts: a tag selector, which identifies the name of the tag that the style rule affects, followed by a curly brace ({}) enclosed, semicolon-separated list of one or more style property:value declaration pairs:

tag-selector {property1:value1; property2:value1 value2 value3; ...}


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