HTML + CSS

An Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) is basically styles of a page within a block of text. The cascading part means that the last value for a set style will be the value taken, e.g. if at the top of a style sheet there is a value of black for the back ground colour and then white is below that, the white value will take precedence over the black.

Here is a example of styling within the tag body.

<html>
       <title>Background colour</title>
       <body bgcolor="#BCBCBC">
              hi world
       </body>
</html

And this is an example with CSS within the html code.

<html>
       <title>Background colour with css</title>
       <style type="text/css">
              body 
              {
                     background : #DCDCDC;       
              }
       </style>
       <body>
              Hi World
       </body>
</html>

There are many styles options within the html styling list, hopefully shall cover most of these in the future.

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