HTML <style> tag
When writing in HTML, the <style> tag is used to change the appearance and position of various elements on a web page. It can be put into the <head> of the document and implemented as a class, or used for applying inline CSS to a single element. The following sections contain information about this tag, including an example of it in use, as well as related attributes and browser compatibility.
Style tag with CSS
Element with a style attribute example code
<p style="color:orange">This paragraph contains orange text!</p>
This paragraph contains orange text!
Within an HTML tag, an attribute dictates certain aspects of an HTML element. Attributes are made up of a name and value pair; all tags support standard attributes. The following table shows all of the current unique HTML attributes for the <style> tag, as well as a description of each.
Usage note: The type attribute is optional in HTML5, but still required in HTML 4.
|disabled||Designates that the <style> should not be applied to the current document|
|media||Designates what media/device a media resource is designed to work with|
|scoped||Designates that the styles only apply to this element's parent element|
|type||Designates the media type of a <style> element|
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