HTML and CSS Reference
The only real difference between this tag and the one for a CSS external
stylesheet is that the type attribute of the <link> tag is set to text/
uses to control display of the current document.
Document-level JSS is defined within a <style> tag in the <head> of the
document, just like with CSS. Again, there is only one real difference:
The contents of the <style> tag for JSS are quite different from those for
CSS, however. For example:
tags.BODY.marginLeft = "20px";
tags.P.fontWeight = "bold";
to surround our JSS definitions, preventing noncompliant browsers from
processing them as HTML content. Also notice that the syntax of the
things, does make a difference.
the style attribute, just like with CSS inline styles. The value of the at-
tribute is a list of JSS assignments, separated by semicolons. For ex-