“Styles” is a broad term that refers to how web sites and web pages look. Everything from page width, background colors and images, fonts faces and positioning of content blocks is defined in Style Sheets. Get an overview of what styles do and how to modify them.

Cascading Styles

You may be familiar with, or heard of the term “Cascading Style Sheets” or “CSS”. Web pages are styled (fonts, colors, spacing, positioning or other variables) with CSS rules – something as simple as: “font-family: Arial”, or “color: red” – but can also be much more complex to include positioning and even animations and special effects. The “cascading” part of…

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