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Use of the style element in an HTML document:
<style type="text/css">
h1 {color:red}
p {color:blue}

<h1>Header 1</h1>
<p>A paragraph.</p>

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Definition and Usage

The <style> tag is used to define style information for an HTML document.
Inside the style element you specify how HTML elements should render in a browser.
The required type attribute defines the content of the style element. The only possible value is "text/css".
The style element always goes inside the head section.

Browser Support

Internet Explorer Firefox Opera Google Chrome Safari
The <style> tag is supported in all major browsers.

Differences Between HTML and XHTML


Tips and Notes

Tip: To link to an external style sheet, use the <link> tag.
Tip: To learn more about style sheets, please read our CSS Tutorial.

Required Attributes

DTD indicates in which HTML 4.01/XHTML 1.0 DTD the attribute is allowed. S=Strict, T=Transitional, and F=Frameset.
Attribute Value Description DTD
type text/css Specifies the MIME type of the style sheet STF

Optional Attributes

Attribute Value Description DTD
media screen
Specifies styles for different media types STF

Standard Attributes

The <style> tag supports the following standard attributes:
Attribute Value Description DTD
dir rtl
Specifies the text direction for the content in an element STF
lang language_code Specifies a language code for the content in an element STF
title text Specifies extra information about an element STF
xml:lang language_code Specifies a language code for the content in an element, in XHTML documents STF
More information about Standard Attributes.

Event Attributes

The <style> tag does not support any event attributes.
More information about Event Attributes.
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