When a web page is designed, the programmer has the option of writing the design features directly into the HTML code of the webpage itself. This means that every web page will include both the code required to construct the structure of the web page as well as the codes which determine the design features: font types, font colors and other graphic design features such as borders and coloring of tables and div tags. This extra code obviously increases the size of the HTML page and makes the entire website “heavier” while increasing the load time of all the pages on the site. Using external CSS style sheets, you can create one style sheet which contains the graphic design information for the entire website including.
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