The syntax for CSS Syntax consists of style rules that define how elements in an HTML document should be styled. A style rule consists of a selector, which specifies the element or elements that the rule should apply to, and a declaration block, which contains one or more declarations.
Each all declaration consists of a property and a value, separated by a colon.
CSS Syntax Example.
Here is an example of a simple style rule in CSS:
In this example, the selector is “h1” which specifies that the style rule should apply to all h1 elements in the HTML document. The declaration block contains three declarations, which set the color of the text to blue, the font size to 18 pixels, and the text alignment to the center.
Multiple style rules can be combined in a stylesheet, which is a text file that contains all of the style rules for a website or application. The stylesheet can then be linked to an HTML document using a link element in the head of the document.
Here is an example of an HTML document with a link to a stylesheet:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="/path/to/stylesheet.css">
<h1>This is a heading</h1>
<p>This is some text</p>
In this example, the stylesheet is linked to the HTML document using the link element in the head of the document. The href attribute specifies the path to the stylesheet file. When the HTML document is loaded in a web browser, the browser will apply the styles defined in the stylesheet to the elements in the HTML document.