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-'''Cascading Style Sheets''' ('''CSS''') is a stylesheet language used to describe the presentation of a document written in HTML or XML (including various XML languages like XHTML or SVG). In [[Gecko]]-based products like the [[Mozilla Suite]], [[Firefox]] or [[Thunderbird]] it is also used for styling application's user interface. For example, [[Dev : Themes|themes]] make heavy use of CSS to skin the application.+'''Cascading Style Sheets''' ('''CSS''') is a language used to create ''stylesheets'' which describe the presentation of a document written in HTML or XML (including various XML languages like XHTML or SVG). In [[Gecko]]-based products such as [[Firefox]], [[Thunderbird]] and the [[Mozilla Suite]] it is also used for styling the application's user interface. For example, [[Dev : Themes|themes]] make heavy use of CSS to change the appearance of the application.
CSS is a [http://w3.org/Style/CSS/#specs W3C specification]. CSS is a [http://w3.org/Style/CSS/#specs W3C specification].
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* [[Wikipedia:Cascading Style Sheets]] * [[Wikipedia:Cascading Style Sheets]]
* [[Development resources#CSS|The list of development resources for CSS]]. * [[Development resources#CSS|The list of development resources for CSS]].
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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a language used to create stylesheets which describe the presentation of a document written in HTML or XML (including various XML languages like XHTML or SVG). In Gecko-based products such as Firefox, Thunderbird and the Mozilla Suite it is also used for styling the application's user interface. For example, themes make heavy use of CSS to change the appearance of the application.

CSS is a W3C specification.

See also