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CSS 2.1

Welcome to the CSS 2 Resource Center. CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is a style sheet language that allows for easy application of complex and varied styles to HTML documents. HTML is designed to specify content and structure of a document, while CSS specifies how that content should be displayed. CSS can save time by applying a style to many elements, where they would need to be applied one at a time using HTML. CSS can also reduce load time and bandwidth requirements, since a style sheet that applies to an entire website can be loaded once and cached. Using advanced CSS techniques, the entire layout of a website can be defined with far more flexibility and fewer restrictions than table-based layouts. CSS 2.1 is the most recent version of the CSS specification. CSS 3 is in development, and some features are already implemented in browsers like Firefox and Opera. Start your search here for CSS resources, including demos, sample code, articles, tutorials, downloads, forums, FAQs and more. In the CSS 2 Resource Center you’ll find links to:

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Update :: January 22, 2020