CSS video tutorial – 7 – CSS External Style Sheet (link tag)

External Style Sheet: External Style Sheet is basically a .CSS file containing list of declaration blocks. This .CSS file is linked to various web pages to apply common styles. To link html and css files together we use link tag. attributes: href: href stands for Hyperlink reference type: indicates the content in the reference file. rel: rel indicates relationship, is style-sheet Note: link tag should be placed within the head tag. Advantage: We can implement consistency throughout the website. Reduces code redundancy. Reduces website size. Limitations: If we make any changes in the CSS file, then every other linked html page will get affected. So, we need to handle it carefully. ======================================================== Follow the link for next video: htt

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