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The <LINK> Tag

There is a third way CSS information can be added to a Web page: by specifying CSS elements in a completely different Web page, which are then linked to the original page. By specifying the display and layout attributes in a separate Web page, you can customize the style for a set of Web pages that use ordinary HTML code. To do this, you create a Web page containing nothing but CSS information. Then, you can "link" another Web page to the CSS page, by using the <LINK> tag in the header of the target Web page. This is potentially the most appealing for Web authors who manage large Web sites.

<LINK>

Description: The <LINK> tag indicates where a Web document fits into the hierarchy of the Web site.


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