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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is the World Wide Web Consortium standard language for the visual presentation of web pages. Using CSS cuts down on page file size, improves search engine optimization, and gives web publishers a faster way of presenting their content
to viewers.

One of the main benefits of CSS is that it separates the content of a web page from its appearance. This allows web editors to update content without affecting the layout or overall look-and-feel of the website. It also enables web designers to change the presentation without affecting the content.

All JSU websites use external style sheets for all site pages, rather than embedded styles. These stylesheets have been determined by the web design and development team and may not be changed in any way that violates the web style guidelines described herein.

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