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CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)

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A way of defining the appearance of a site that’s independent of its content. For example, CSS defines which colors and fonts should be used for headlines, bulleted lists, and paragraphs. Cascading style sheets also allow the same content to also be displayed in varying styles for different devices including PC monitors, in print or on a smartphone, greatly improving the effectiveness of the site’s content on a number of devices.

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