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CSS Types Kenny Goodman 10/19/2011 IT/237 Adam Moore
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CSS Types Cascading Style Sheets or CSS allow you to control the layout and look of your page easily. CSS tags or properties are easy to use and affect the look and feel or style of your pages. Three different types of CSS types are external, embedded, and inline. Each one allows you to use CSS in a different way and can either be an advantage or disadvantage to your files. When using external CSS it means that your CSS code must reside in a separate file than the HTML file that uses it. With an external style sheet, you can change the look of an entire web site by changing one file. It is easier to reuse your CSS code if you have it in a separate file. Instead of typing the same CSS code on every web page you have, you just simply have many pages refer to a single CSS file with the "link" tag. A disadvantage of having external CSS means that you have to maintain more files. This may cause you to get confused sometimes. When using embedded CSS, the styles are embedded in the head of the
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