HTML style attribute

Style attribute gives style to the content using CSS properties.

Example


<div style="width:600px; height:600px; background:color:lightgreen;">i am content block. I have been styled using style attribute.</div>
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style attribute values

The value of this attribute contains CSS properties. The syntax to write properties in style attribute is given below.

<p style="attribute-name:attribute-value;">Here the content is styled.</p>

attribute-name is present with colons (:). And the value of this attribute is present with semi-colons (;).

The following are the common attributes to style text.

  • background-color: red; indicates the red background color.

  • color: gray; defines the color of text.

  • font-size: 18px; defines the size of text.

  • font-family: papyrus; defines the font-family of text.

Example


<p style="background-color:lightblue; color:white; font-size:18px; font-family:papyrus;">Here the text is of gray color. The background color is red.</p>


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The style attribute can be applied on all HTML elements.



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