Style Sheets are used in HTML 4.0 to specify attributes for most elements in a page.

Style Sheets are replacing the use of many traditional attributes in HTML 3.2.

Style Sheets also introduce position and visibility of elements in a web page and therefore give a web developer more control over visual display of a web page.

Use HTML to markup your text, and Style sheets to format it; style sheets allows the page 'under them' so to speak to be backward compatible.

A tool called DeCSS, to be confused with the DVD decrypter, has been made to remove style sheets from HTML.

Style sheets come in two main flavours:

The intention of using style sheets is to reduce the interdependence of document content and document presentation.

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