CSS: Introduction

This entry is part 1 of 26 in the series Basic CSS

A cascading style sheet(CSS) is code that specifies formatting based on styles.

You can store CSS code in the <head> section of the webpage to which you want it to apply, or you can store it in a separate file with a .css extension.

The formatting then ‘cascades’ down to the individual instances of each tag.

You can also place a style directly within an individual tag if desired.

Series Navigation
CSS: Applying style to individual tag >>