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From Glossary of Cascading Style Sheets, level 2 CSS2 Specification (1998-05-12) | Glossary for this source

The validity of a style sheet depends on the level of CSS used for the style sheet. All valid CSS1 style sheets are valid CSS2 style sheets. However, some changes from CSS1 mean that a few CSS1 style sheets will have slightly different semantics in CSS2. A valid CSS2 style sheet must be written according to the grammar of CSS2. Furthermore, it must contain only at-rules, property names, and property values defined in this specification. An illegal (invalid) at-rule, property name, or property value is one that is not valid.

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