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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. This is a language for defining the characteristics of page presentation. It allows for definition of the format and size of characters, colours, margins etc. CSS can be used just like a word processor to do things that cannot be done with HTML. A change on the CSS will apply that change to all the pages of the site.

The first official specification of CSS (CSS1) goes back to 1996, the second CSS2 to 1998. The new CSS3 is currently in the phase of a Working Draft.

This site offers a model of Cascading Style Sheet, which can be modified as you wish.

Of Interest

Zen Garden
Example of what can be done with the same code (X)HTML by modifying only the page template.

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