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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) - Cascading style sheets is a style sheet language that enables authors and users to attach style (fonts, spacing and aural cues) to structure that include HTML and XML applications.

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CSS - Cascading Style Sheets, enhancements within HTML, allow web developers to define how standard presentation elements such as header and links should appear on all web pages using that style sheet.

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CSS - Acronym for Cascading Style Sheets. A standard for defining the layout or presentation of an HTML or XML document. Style information includes font size, background color, text alignment, and margins. Multiple style sheets may be applied to "cascade" over previous style settings, adding to or overriding them. The World Wide Web Consortium maintains the CSS standard.

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