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Cascading Style Sheets


Cascading Style Sheets

What is CSS?

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a simple mechanism for adding style (e.g., fonts, colors, spacing) to Web documents.

These pages contain information on how to learn and use CSS and on available software. They also contain news from the CSS working group.

Working group news (Also available as Atom news feed.)

The working group regularly publishes reports on its blog; here are the most recent:

[Photo: group photo in San Francisco]

A part of the CSS WG in May 2016.

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Soft­ware (Also available as Atom news feed.)

Nearly all browsers nowadays support CSS and many other applications do, too. To write CSS, you don’t need more than a text editor, but there are many tools available that make it even easier.

Of course, all software has bugs, even after several updates. And some programs are further ahead implementing the latest CSS modules than others. Various sites describe bugs and work-arounds.

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