CSS External with Examples
Adding external css with Examples -
We add css by creating a separate page in the same folder with .css extension.
External CSS is considered the best way to write CSS.
An external CSS stylesheet can be applied to any number of HTML documents by placing an element in each HTML document.
The attribute rel of the tag has to be set to "stylesheet", and the href attribute to the relative or absolute path to the stylesheet.
While using relative URL paths is generally considered good practice, absolute paths can be used,
It is recommended that the tag be placed in the HTML file's tag so that the styles are loaded before the elements they style.
Otherwise, users will see a flash of unstyled content.
Now we will see Examples –
The second CSS file is here
Make sure you include the correct path to your CSS file in the href.
If the CSS file is in the same folder as your HTML file then no path is required (like the example above) but if it's saved in a folder, then specify it like this
Here - <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="foldername/style.css">