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HTML Styles

In HTML, you can use styles to control the appearance of your content, such as the font, color, and layout. Styles are typically defined in a separate file called a stylesheet, which is then linked to your HTML page using a link element.

Here is an example of how to create a stylesheet and link it to your HTML page:

<head>
  <link rel="stylesheet" href="styles.css">
</head>

In the stylesheet file (styles.css), you can define styles using CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) syntax. CSS uses a combination of selectors and declarations to apply styles to your HTML elements.

Here is an example of how to style paragraphs in CSS:

p {
  font-family: Arial;
  color: blue;
  text-align: center;
}

This style will apply the Arial font, blue text color, and center alignment to all p elements on the page.

You can also use inline styles to apply styles directly to individual elements in your HTML code. Inline styles are defined using the style attribute in the opening tag of the element.

<p style="font-family: Arial; color: blue; text-align: center;">This is a paragraph of text.</p>

It is generally a good practice to use separate stylesheets to define your styles, since this makes it easier to maintain and reuse your styles across multiple pages. Inline styles can be useful in certain situations, but they can also make your HTML code more difficult to read and maintain.

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