CSS - Style declaration (Inline - (External|Internal) Style sheet)


There is three ways to specify CSS rules in HTML:

  • External style sheet with the link element
  • Internal style sheet with the style element
  • Inline style or inline CSS with the style attribute



   <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="mystyle.css">

see HTML - The link element (inter-document relationships)


      a {color:blue;}

HTML - Style (Element|Embedded Style) - Attribute


With inline Css, you use the style attribute to define the style.

<p style="color:blue;">This is a paragraph with an inline Css style.</p>

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