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Using CSS and what it's good for.

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. Its display features and functions seem to be endless. In general, CSS can allow for quick and easy changes for multiple pages. It allows for multiple displays for hand held devices, printers, braille readers, monitors and other displays simultaneously. It allows for more control for all kinds of content such as size, colors, font, borders, spacing, and positioning on the page.

There are many ways to implement CSS: external files, inline style, or styles in the head portion of the page. All are useful depending on the situation. You can convert just about any tag to include a unique style. You can also include ID="exampleID" or class="exampleClass" and name the ID or Class in your style sheet.

Cool examples of CSS usage