External Style Sheet
Posted By:Prasanti Prusty
Posted Date: January 22, 2010
External style sheets have many powerful that make them ubiquitous in professional Web sites:
It keeps your website design and content separate.
It's much easier to reuse your CSS code if you have it in a separate file. Instead of typing the same CSS code on every web page you have, simply have many pages refer to a single CSS file with the "link" tag.
You can make drastic changes to your web pages with just a few changes in a single CSS file.
In Application When using CSS it is preferable to keep the CSS separate from your HTML.
Placing CSS in a separate file allows the web designer to completely differentiate between content (HTML) and design(CSS).
An External Style Sheet is a file containing only CSS syntax and should carry a MIME type of "text/css."
It is saved with a ".css" filename extensions that file is then
referenced in your HTML using the instead of