Explain CSS in brief
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Explain CSS in brief.

Short note on CSS.

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CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. 
It is a stylesheet language that is primarily used alongside HTML to stylise the web page. 
It allows us to make the web page more presentable and eye-catching.
The current version of CSS is CSS3 which brings us new features such as Flexbox and CSS Grid.

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A cascading style sheet (CSS) is a Web page derived from multiple sources with a defined order of precedence where the definitions of any style element conflict. The Cascading Style Sheet, level 1 (CSS1) recommendation from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), which is implemented in the latest versions of the Netscape and Microsoft Web browsers, specifies the possible style sheets or statements that may determine how a given element is presented in a Web page.

  1. The STYLE attribute on an individual element tag
  2. The STYLE element that defines a specific style sheet containing style declarations or a LINK element that links to a separate document containing the STYLE element. In a Web page, the STYLE element is placed between the TITLE statement and the BODY statement.
  3. Style attributes specified by the viewer to the browser
  4. The default style sheet assumed by the browser

In general, the Web page creator's style sheet takes precedence, but it's recommended that browsers provide ways for the viewer to override the style attributes in some respects. Since it's likely that different browsers will choose to implement CSS1 somewhat differently, the Web page creator must test the page with different browsers.


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