CSS is the style sheet language used for describing the look and formatting of a document written in a markup language. A style sheet is a collection of rules that tells a web browser how to display a document written in HTML or XML. CSS is used to style all HTML tags, including the body, headings, paragraphs, and other pieces of text.
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In order to change the color of your website, you will need to edit the CSS file that controls the styling of your website. The CSS file is typically named “style.css” and is located in the root directory of your website. To change the color of your website, you will need to find the “body” tag in your CSS file and change the “background-color” property. For example, if you want to make your website’s background color black, you would edit your CSS file as follows:
background-color: black; }
You can also use Hex codes to specify colors in CSS. A Hex code is a six-digit code that represents a specific color. To find Hex codes for colors, you can use an online tool such as W3Schools’ Hexadecimal Color Picker. Once you have found the Hex code for the color you want to use, you can edit your CSS file as follows:
background-color: #000000; }