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Cascading Style Sheets

  • Cascading Style Sheets contain rules for the presentation of text in web pages and can be used to control colours, fonts and the layout of HTML elements from which web pages are made. ( More information : Brief History ).
  • Cascading Style Sheets enable a web site's presentation to be separated from its content and structure. This enables the content to become truly accessible:

    • to non-visual browsers, eg. Speech synthesis and Braille browsers, and
    • to web robots, such as Google etc.

    ( More information : Benefits )

  • StylePicker is a web resource that allows you to create your own CSS. It also presents a visual demonstration of the power of CSS.

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