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CSS CSS Basics (2014) Getting Started with CSS Inline and Internal Styles

i have a question teacher

when you say <Style> body{ background-color:red} </style>

or <body style="background-color:red"

is there anything diffrent between these two?

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1 Answer

It will look the same on the website. But It's good practice to keep your styles separate from you html so It's easier for you to adjust changes later. If you use the <body style... for example you will need to adjust your style on every element when you want to change something. When you use <style>... you only have to change it inside your <style> element and not all over your html document.

thank you very much