CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) tells the browser how each part of your page should look.
By default, the browser will format some elements in a particular way, but with CSS you have much more control over how something should look and where it is positioned on a page.
CSS is ultimately made up of three parts: the element you want to style, the style property you want to use and the value you want to apply to the property.
property: value; }
Below is an example of some CSS being applied to the main heading (
color: red; }
All CSS properties are in meaningful English. Values can sometimes be English words, numbers with a unit, or colour values in either hex code or RGB values.Play