Creating External Styles

Although you can easily change a variety of formatting attributes such as font face, size, and color in individual documents, external styles can expand your options and make it easy to apply those same styles to other documents within your site. Rather than re-creating your styles in each page in which you want to use them, you can use an external style sheet to store all your styles, making those styles accessible to any document to which the style sheet is attached. This can speed up the formatting process greatly.

In this exercise, you’ll create a new style in the sangha.css external style sheet by redefining an HTML tag. By redefining the Heading 3 (<h3>) HTML tag in this exercise, you tell the browser that any text ...

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