Different Methods to add style sheet to an HTML page – Adding CSS to a web page – Cascading Style Sheets – External CSS – Internal Style Sheet – Inline Style Sheets – Jquery CSS

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language used for describing the presentation semantics (the look and formatting) of a document written in HTML and XHTML.

There are several ways to add CSS to an HTML page

1. External CSS File Include
2. Internal Style Sheets Include
3. Inline Style Include
4. Applying CSS Styles using Javascript
5. Applying CSS Styles using JQuery

check the following link for more details and example

How to add style sheet to an HTML page – Adding CSS to a web page – Cascading Style Sheets – External CSS – Inline Style Sheets – Internal Style Sheet – Jquery CSS.

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