Styling Major HTML Elements

In the previous segment, you used cascading style sheets code to style the divisions of an HTML template. Those exercises achieved the goal of getting the page layout arranged, but it also set up the ability to easily style the content that appears within the divisions.

In this section, you will work on styling HTML tags in specific page divisions using cascading style sheets to refine the entire template and the appearance of content that will be included in it.

Using cascading style sheets in this way provides benefits, particularly with a growing site. For instance, all an author has to do is enter text in basic HTML tags, such as heading tags, paragraph tags, and lists. Because the designer set up the cascading style ...

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