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CSS is made up of three parts:


A selector, property and value.
selector {property: value}
The selector is usually the HTML tag you want to define, the property is the attribute you want to change, and every property can take a value. The property and value are separated by a colon, and surrounded by {and}:
body {color: #c0c0c0}
If the value has more than one word seperate them with commas.
body {color: #c0c0c0} 
body,td,th {font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif}
If you make more than one property separate them with a semi-colon ";"
body,td,th 
{
font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
font-size: 12px;
color: #666666;
}
Notice how much easier to read it is if you don't put everything on one line! Also, notice how you can group several selectors by a comma "body,td,th"

You make the selector into a class. You can use this to make different sections of your page appear different by specifying the "class" start with a period such as .title
.title
{
padding-left:80px; font-size:24px; padding-top:25px
}
On your html page place the class like this <H4 class="title">stuff</H4>

Keep your CSS clean and organized by placing comments that are not seen by anyone but you to divide different sections of your style sheet.
/* This is a comment */  
FANTASTIC JOB! Use the sheet you downloaded and really tear it apart. Try different things and watch what happens to your html page. I know this is not an in depth course on CSS but then again it was meant to be "To the point" I will be happy to be more elaborate if I get enough requests. Look for the samples I will be making. Chances are I will be re-creating something of use to you.

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