Style sheets are collections of rules that define the styles of a document. Style sheets offer more control over type than standard HTML. For example, you can specify the amount of space between line of type, the size of the type in pixels instead of points, and specific fonts for specific page elements
Useful if you want to apply this style to only a single page.
One single file can be used to format many other pages.
Most useful for overriding styles from an external file sheet
|Embedded Styles||Useful if you want to apply this style to only a single page.|
|External Styles||One single file can be used to format many other pages.|
|Inline Styles||Most useful for overriding styles from an external file sheet|
Older browsers do not support style sheets, so Dreamweaver has the capability of converting CSS to HTML. The only caveat is that Dreamweaver doesn't support certain things, such as links with no underlines or font sized in pixels.