cascading style sheet


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cascading style sheet

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(Computer Science) computing a file recording style details, such as fonts, colours, etc, that is read by browsers so that style is consistent over multiple web pages. Abbreviation: CSS
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Whether you're a business person who wants to ensure that your web site is in compliance with the latest W3C standards, a web designer who needs to convert a library of HTML files to XHTML format, a webmaster who needs to convert a site to Cascading Style Sheets, or a new site owner who needs an easy-to-use tool to build a stylish, modern site, TopStyle Pro provides the right tools.
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