Using internal CSS is great for when you would like one webpage, out of all the webpages on your website, to have a unique look or style. To use internal CSS you simply need to add the opening and closing <STYLE> tags up in the head section of your HTML file. In between the opening and closing <STYLE> tags is where you actually type your CSS code to make the changes to your styles. For example, if you wanted to use internal CSS to change the text color of your <H1> header tags to red, you would type:

<style>

h1{ color: red; }
    
</style>

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