|"Cascading Style Sheets, also known as CSS, are added to an HTML document allowing us to easily control the style and look of our webpage. It's recommended to use Style Sheets in HTML documents because they replace HTML tags that are deprecated (outdated). But best of all, Style Sheets offer a lot of flexibility allowing us to create effects which can't be achieved with HTML tags only."|
"This tutorial uses the latest W3C recommendation for Cascading Style Sheet level 1 and Cascading Style Sheets level 2. At present, Cascading Style Sheets level 3 is under development. Every example in this tutorial has been tested in Internet Explorer 5.5 and Netscape 6, so everything you see in this tutorial works cross browser (Internet Explorer and Netscape). "