HTML and CSS Reference
to text/css ). The src attribute defines the location of the CSS document;
if it is a relative path, it is relative to the location of the referencing HTML
HTML <style> element
You can use the HTML <style> element in the <head> of a document to
wrap CSS code to be applied to the document.
The type attribute defines which language is used in the style sheet. It is
required for HTML4 and XHTML, but it is optional in HTML5 (defaulting to
HTML5 also defines a scope attribute that allows the <style> element
to be used inside a block of content, not just the head element.
You can use the @import rule at the top of any block of CSS code or CSS
document to define another CSS document to be included into the
current document or code block. The @import rule must precede all other
rules in the document (with the exception of the proposed @charset rule