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CSS or Cascading Style Sheets. Style sheets give you huge control over your design, and with a few small changes, you could change the look of your whole site. They are added between <head> and </head> tags in the HTML as this:

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

You can also add CSS inline within a page, but this is not recommended.

CSS style sheet files have the .css file extension.
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