In the previous two lessons you have learned how to use CSS to stylize HTML documents. Practically any HTML element can be stylized. In this example, you will continue to practice applying CSS, by stylizing the various elements of the data table you created in an earlier lesson.
At the completion of this exercise:
Show your instructor your results before starting the next module.
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