Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a stylesheet language that can be applied to HTML or XML. It allows the presentational suggestions from the author and from the user (and the defaults of the user agent, or browser) to combine ("cascading"). It is more elegant and (in theory) easier to maintain than presentational HTML markup, and it allows control to return to the user.
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This category contains sample style sheets written in CSS for Web pages.
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Software and online tools that assist the development of a Cascading Style Sheet file.