It’s a common practice to write a CSS file for our HTML. Those are called static CSS. When we want to create our Cascading Style Sheet rule at runtime, we need jQuery. The jQuery enables us to apply styles to our HTML dynamically.
The CSS rules once written can be stored in a variable and used multiple times wherever needed.
We use jQuery’s css(“arrtibute1”, “value1”).
Below example illustrates the approach:
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