Cascading Style Sheets, or CSS, were developed in an effort to provide a more robust formatting language for the Web. CSS can be used with any Web page.
Versions of CSS
The original specification of CSS, version 1.0, was released at the end of 1996. It introduced text formatting, including bold and italic typefaces, indents, and spacing; the ability to add foreground and background colors to elements; alignment for most elements; and margins, padding, and borders on elements.
Version 2.0 was adopted about 18 months later. Its most useful additions were many of the positioning properties used for page layout and media types that allow designers to target style sheets to specific ...
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