CSS Syntax
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What Does a Style Sheet Do?
A CSS parser is given a document tree along with a style sheet that has been specified using any of three methods. Given this information, the parser is then responsible for determining the destination media for the rendering of the document tree, retrieving all components of the style sheet associated with the target media, and generating a formatting scheme using the explicit and implied CSS properties for that document tree. The CSS specification does not concern itself with the details of how it receives the original document tree, or how the formatting scheme it establishes is mapped to the destination media.
What is a Style Sheet?
A Cascading Style Sheet consists of one or more statements conforming to CSS syntax. There are two kinds of statements: 'At-Rules' and 'Rule Sets'. Both of these statement types allow complex rendering structures to be specified.
Miscellaneous Syntax Notes
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