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IT237 Week 2 Checkpoint CSS Descriptions Types

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Differences in CSS Styles 1 Differences in CSS Styles
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Differences in CSS Styles 2 Axia College, University of Phoenix Differences in CSS Styles The three types of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) code used to control the appearance of web pages are External , Embedded and Inline , the type of style sheet code used depends on the type of page or formatting desired. An External CSS style sheet is code written in a separate document from the document used to write the HTML code and this style sheet is linked to the web pages it is controlling. The advantage of using this type of style sheet is that it gives the designer the ability to format all of the pages on the site or only some of them. The external CSS is usually the preferred style for most web designers because it gives them the greatest flexibility and the easiest way to make changes across the entire site or just on a few pages. The disadvantage of using an external style sheet
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