CSS term explained
CSS (an acronym for Cascading Style Sheets – cascading style sheets) is a set of descriptions of HTML elements (HTML tags). They can be applied not only to an individual element, but also to all identical tags on all pages of your website. CSS is a Supplement to HTML, which significantly expands its capabilities.
With CSS you can change the font settings, manage colors page, background images, margins, positioning elements, etc. All this can can be controlled by using HTML tags, however, cascading style sheets, a more developed and supported in all browsers.
Today there are three methods of applying CSS rules to the sites page:
- With the help of style attribute.
- Using the tag <style>.
- Using links to external style sheet.