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Chapter 1. Understanding CSS > What Is a Style?

What Is a Style?

Most word processors today include a way to make changes to text not just on a word-by-word basis, but also throughout an entire document by means of styles.

Styles collect all the different attributes, such as format and size, that you want to apply to similar types of text—titles, headers, captions, and so on—and give these groups of attributes a common name. Suppose that you want all the section titles in your document to be bold, Times font, italic, and 14-point. You could assign all those attributes to a style called Section Title (Figure 1.3).


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