We can apply a style to a single instance of the tag in your file using an HTML attribute. The Style attribute enables you to apply a style rule to a tag without having to define the rule separately in an internal or external style sheet.
A style applied locally overrides any style found or external or internal style sheets of the same tag. Applying style locally works best for one-time changes or for quickly testing a style on content. You should use the internal or external style sheets you plan to apply once
Apply a style locally
Step 1: Click in the tag for the element you want to change and type style=”?” replacing? with the properties and values, you want to assign.
Separate multiple property-value pairs with semicolons.
Step 2: Open the HTML5 document in the web browser.
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <Head> <Title>Coding thai</Title> </Head> <body> <h1 style="font-family: arial; font-style: italic; color: red;">Types of Web Developer</h1> <h2>Fontend Developer and Back-end Developer</h2> <hr> <p>A front end developer has one general responsibility: to ensure that website visitors can easily interact with the page. Back-end developers are the experts who build and maintain the mechanisms that process data and perform actions on websites.</p> <hr> <small> ©Copyright 2022 Codingthai</small> </body> </html>