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I was reading that SE allows a number of HTML elements, so I'm wondering if they can also be styled using CSS?

I also noticed Ctrl+M, for entering HTML+CSS+JS snippets. So, it made me further curious about this.

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    Beyond some very basic and essential styling (e.g. The width and height of an image), no. Feb 28, 2016 at 1:18
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    @angussidney: Isn't that HTML attributes, not CSS at all? Feb 28, 2016 at 1:43
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    @NathanTuggy You're right. I just got mixed up with the html attributes and the CSS attributes for width and height. Feb 28, 2016 at 2:04

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Besides some basic HTML attributes (full list can be found here) no styling is allowed (so that rules out CSS).

The options you meaning using HTML / CSS / JS is probably what they call Stack Snippets: a method to put in code for that specific languages that make it runnable on the site without external service. That feature exists only in few sites in the SE network.

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