Style 2 - Per Tag


Using the <STYLE> tag is fine and dandy, but what if you want to just change one element in the document. Well you can define styles per tag. Here's how it works:
This is an example of <B style="color:red">red text</B>.
This is an example of a normal <B>bold text</B>
You can simply define a style property within any tag. See this example

Note, however, that this is probably not a useful way to take advantage of CSS as we will see later.


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