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CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. This is the language that's used to add presentation styling to HTML documents. CSS is a powerful and flexible way to add format to a webpage for presentation. Using CSS, it's relatively easy to take a simple page of text and images and format it to present as a fully polished webpage. CSS has a simple syntax that consists of selectors, properties and values that together make up style rules.
CSS rules are able to cascade in ways that give the developer fine-grained control over how each element of a page is formatted. This chapter is just an introduction to CSS. It should give you enough knowledge to follow along with the examples in this course. For more information see my course CSS for Developers here in the lynda.com online training library.
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