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    What happens if you open the external CSS file in a browser?


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    If you try to open the external CSS file in a browser, the browser cannot open the file, because the file has a different extension.
    The only way to use an external CSS file is to reference it using <link/> tag within another html document.

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    What happens if you open the external CSS file in a browser?

    If you try to open the external CSS file in a browser, the browser cannot open the file, because the file has a different extension.
    The only way to use an external CSS file is to reference it using <link/> tag within another html document.

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    Any web browser can open a Cascading Style Sheet, or CSS file. Because a web browser cannot edit the contents of a CSS file, it is necessary to use text-editor software to open a CSS file with the intention of editing its contents. Programmers use CSS files to format Web pages.

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    open your HTML page on the browser (on which you have applied CSS).
    Right click on the page and select Inspect.
    Go to sources and you can view your CSS file and all other files.

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    Well you can view the code not the outcome!!

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