Definitions for "Cascading Style Sheet"
Keywords:  css, stylesheet, font, override, layout
Code that defines the visual appearance, style (size, color, font), or positioning of text on a Web page. This code can be located inline or on the page it is used on or can be stored in a separate (.css) file. Reference Stylesheets Guide.
(CSS) A set of rules that define how a web browser should display an HTML page. Major advantages of using CSS rather than HTML formatting are: Style is controlled globally and any changes are propagated to all HTML pages. HTML code is physically smaller, often by 50% or so, resulting in faster download. Accessibility is improved. The international CSS standards are available from
A data format used to separate style from structure on Web pages.