We will take a look at CSS and look at what it does on a web page
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets
CSS is a listing of rules stored so the browser can access these rules
The rules tell the browser how to format and position the content on the page
Every browser has a way to turn off the CSS styles so you can view how the page would look within CSS being applied
In Firefox you can access the Firefox menu, choose Web Developer and select the Style Editor
We can use the Style Editor to turn styles on/off for the page by clicking the eye icon in front of the rule locations within the Style Editor
The word cascading is referencing the inheritance properties within CSS that can affect your styles
CSS positions and formats content on a web page
What Does CSS Do?
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