CSS Definition, Syntax and Usage – What is CSS

CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a web technology used to format HTML elements. The syntax of this coding technique, which is very simple to use, consists of a selector and the brackets {} that define the properties of this selector. The syntax is shown as an example below.

body {

Cascading Style Sheets is a markup language. The distinguishing feature of it from other programming languages is that it is not a standalone function.
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CSS Inheritance, inherit, initial and unset values

CSS Inheritance is one of the basic features of CSS. With this basic feature, the style applied to an element is also passed to its sub-elements. The main purpose of inheritance is undoubtedly to save developers from repetition of code. As a matter of fact, it would be very difficult to code font family, color, font size separately for each element.

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