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 Tag Description:

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<STYLE> Style Notation

Definition: STYLE gives you the ability to render information with a specific style notation. Information that the STYLE element contains overrides both client defaults and that of linked style sheets. STYLE improves the performance of caching schemes for linked style sheets since it allows authors to specify overrides while using a generic style sheet.

Attributes:

NOTATION

In the HTML DTD 3.0, NOTATION specifies an entity identifying an SGML notation.

Context: <STYLE> is legal within

<HEAD>

The following markup can be used within <STYLE>: None

Suggested style/usage: Close Tag: OPTIONAL

To specify specific styles to use when rendering the content of an HTML document. This specification overrides any browser defined styles.

Examples:

<STYLE NOTATION=dsssl-lite>
some dsssl-lite stuff ...
</STYLE>

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