What is CSS

Now what can CSS do? CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. And it can be used for more than just changing colors. It can modify text size, the font being used, and of course color, but it can do so much more. So what does it meant when you say cascading? There are multiple ways to implement CSS and the methods you choose will define the cascading concepts. For example, if you have the conflicting style sheets, such as an inline style sheet, and an external style sheet in mind will always win and be listened to by the browser first. So if you make changes in an external stylesheet, and notice that the look is not being changed, you might want to check to see if an inline or embedded style setting is overriding it. Below you can see what the differences are between in line Internal and external CSS