CSS rules are statements that define the style of an element or group of elements. The syntax is as follows:
Each property:value pair is a declaration. Multiple declarations are separated by semicolons. The selector defines which elements are affected by the rule. Take a look at the following rule:
This rule specifies that all paragraph text should be darkgreen and use a 10-point Verdana font.
Comments in CSS begin with "/*" and end with "*/". See the example below.