Using inline CSS is great for when you want one specific HTML element to have a unique look or style but you don’t want to effect the other elements on the webpage. To use inline CSS, you need to add the “style” attribute into the opening tag of the element you want to modify. For example, if you had five different <H1> header tags on your webpage and you just wanted to change one of them to have orange text color, you would go to the opening <H1> tag of the header you want to modify, and you would change it like this:

<h1 style=”color:orange;”> your Header</h1>

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