HTML and CSS Reference
each element and page individually. You can also embed styles in a <style> block in the <head> of the page; and
HTML5 introduces the concept of scoped styles for an individual element and its children. Inline styles apply to a
single element only, and should be avoided, except for HTML email.
Style rules consist of a selector followed by one or more property/value pairs wrapped in curly braces. The
selector identifies the element(s) to which you want the style to apply. In the next chapter, you'll learn about the
basic selectors supported by all browsers, including IE 6.