Inline Style Sheets
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What is it?
This is the other HTML-specific style inclusion method, in which style information is directly attached to the HTML elements they affect. A universal element attribute, called STYLE [-->Index DOT Html], may be specified for an HTML element, taking as a value one or more style Declarations.

Because of the specificity of this method, many of the powerful CSS syntax mechanisms (like Selectors) are not applicable here. This style specification method is most useful when serving as an override on a case-by-case basis for style rules specified in an External or Embedded style sheet. In-line styles have higher cascade precedence than the other specification methods.
HTML Inclusion Method
    <[element name] STYLE="[CSS property]:[property value]">
[See complex HTML example using Inline Style Sheets]

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