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CSS CSS Basics (2014) Getting Started with CSS Adding CSS Review

3 Answers

Tiffany McAllister
Tiffany McAllister
25,806 Points

For inline styles you use the "style" attribute on an element, such as:

<p style="color: blue;">This will be a blue paragraph.</p>

However, for internal stylesheets you use the style tag inside of the head tags in your HTML:

<style>
  p {
    color: blue;
  }
</style>
Samuel Glister
Samuel Glister
12,471 Points

Hi Maya,

When embedding CSS within your HTML you would normally embed this using a 'style' tag.

I hope this helps.