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spobitsseo
07-20-2017, 10:05 PM
What are the style sheets?











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sulbha
07-20-2017, 11:48 PM
In word processing and desktop publishing, a style sheet is a file or form that defines the layout of a document. When you fill in a style sheet, you specify such parameters as the page size, margins, and fonts. Style sheets are useful because you can use the same style sheet for many documents. For example, you could define one style sheet for personal letters, another for official letters, and a third for reports.

damponting44
11-09-2017, 02:26 AM
A Style Sheet is an accumulation of style decides that that tells a program how the different styles are to be connected to the HTML labels to show the report.

RH-Calvin
11-10-2017, 12:54 PM
In word processing and desktop publishing, a style sheet is a file or form that defines the layout of a document. When you fill in a style sheet, you specify such parameters as the page size, margins, and fonts. Style sheets are useful because you can use the same style sheet for many documents.

traveloweb
01-05-2018, 05:25 AM
A term extended from print publishing to online media, a style sheet is a definition of a document's appearance in terms of such elements as:

The default typeface, size, and color for headings and body text
How front matter (preface, figure list, title page, and so forth) should look
How all or individual sections should be laid out in terms of space (for example, two newspaper columns, one column with headings having hanging heads, and so forth).
Line spacing, margin widths on all sides, spacing between headings, and so forth