Cascading StyleSheets (CSS) is the de facto standard for creating stylized elements within a web page. It uses a rendering engine within the browser to apply styles to particularly named web components (identified either through an
CSS can be added to any HTML document by including a reference to the external CSS file as follows (note that the reference should be within the
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="mystyle.css" />
Alternatively, it can also be applied in-line through an optional
style attribute, which can be included on most standard HTML web tags.
CSS resources relevant to the BC$ Project will be grouped here.
CSS2 Reference from W3C Schools: 
CSS Examples from W3C: