Joe Sanders's COM354 Final Exam

Answer 5

A Stylesheet is a set of commands given to the browser to dictate how your webpage should be displayed. Style sheets can affect anything from text font, to alignment, to colors and images. There are two kinds of Stylesheets: Internal and External.

An Internal Stylesheet is one that only applies to the specific, individual webpage, and not to a group of webpages making up a designated website. Internal style sheets are not applied to every page in a given site, but rather can change from page to page.

An External Stylesheet is one that does apply to every webpage in a given site, so that every page is uniform looking. See Question/Answer 8. External stylesheets create visual consistency in that they make every page look alike.

 

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