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Is CSS case-sensitive? This might be important to know for someone working with CSS.
NO its not case sensitive. You can write it any font case like if you want to write font-family, you can write Font-Family where
font-family = Font-Family.
I don't think it is, although I may be wrong, hopefully someone will put me right if I am, but I am sure if some of your letters in your CSS code are capitals when they shouldn't be or the other way around, things will still work correctly.
Typically CSS is not case sensitive, however font families, URLs to images, as well as direct references with the style sheet may be.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is not case sensitve.
CSS(3) is not case sensitive from what I am aware of :rolleyes:
Css is not case sensitive according to my knowledge.
- Sunil Bishnoi
not case sensitive
CSS is not case sensitive but It is better to use small character.
CSS is not case sensitive.
CSS is case insensitive in all matters under its control; however, some things, such as the document markup language, are beyond its control.
HTML is case insensitive in most respects, except when it comes to certain attribute values, like the id and class attributes.
XHTML, being XML, is always case sensitive.
You can read more here.