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How to define Styles with CSS

CSS Styles are declared between the opening and closing <style> tags like this usually before the closing </head> tag ,other ways of declaring CSS styles are discussed below.

        h1{ color:#fff; padding:0px 0px 5px 5px;}
        p{ color:#fc0; margin-left :auto;}

Defining styles in CSS
·         Inline Styles
Inline style is applied to an HTML element via its style attribute,
like this: <p style=”font-family: Calibri; color:#f6f6f6; padding:5px; ”>Sample Paragraph</p>
·         Embedded Styles
As we seen in our first example, you can declare
any number of CSS styles by placing them between the opening and closing <style>
tags, as follows:
CSS Styles will be declared here
·         External Stylesheets
 external stylesheet is a file (usually given a .css file extension) that contains CSS styles.
 Like this: <link rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/css” href=”yourstyleshhet.css” />


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