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Asked On2019-06-19 17:35:38 by:amitoj-singh

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CSS At-Rule Statement
The at-rule is a statement that provides CSS with instructions to perform or how to behave. Each statement begins with an @ followed directly by one of several available keywords that acts as the identifier for what CSS should do. This is the common syntax, though each at-rule is a variation of it

Regular rules are ones that follow a regular syntax:

@[KEYWORD] (RULE);
#@charset
This rule defines the character set used by the browser. It comes in handy if the stylesheet contains non-ASCII characters (e.g. UTF-8). Note that a character set that is placed on the HTTP header will override any @charset rule.

@charset "UTF-8";
#@import
This rule is inserted at the very top of the file and instructs the stylesheet to request and include an external CSS file as if the contents of that file were right where that line is.

@import 'global.css';
With the popularity of CSS preprocessors that support @import, it should be noted that they work differently than native CSS @import is a separate HTTP request for that file.

#@namespace
This rule is particularly useful for applying CSS to XML HTML (XHTML) so that XHTML elements can be used as selectors in the CSS.

/* Namespace for XHTML */
@namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml);

/* Namespace for SVG embedded in XHTML */
@namespace svg url(http://www.w3.org/2000/svg);

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