<style> element is used to style an HTML document or part of a document without the need for an external stylesheet.
It is usually placed in the
<head> element of an HTML document, and it specifies how HTML elements should render in a browser.
Attributes provide additional properties of an HTML element and are always defined in the opening tag.
<style> element contains attributes that define additional characteristics of the element, and it also supports the Global Attributes in HTML.
Note: Click on the link below to read on Global Attributes in HTML.
It species the styling
It specifies the media the
styles apply to.
Single styling applies the
<style> element once in a document while multiple styling applies the
<style> element more than once in a document.
<style> element provides a document’s CSS style information, the generally preferred method is to export an external stylesheet.
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