e.g.<p style="font-size:16px; font-family:courier; color:#32cd32; text-align:right;">
Which is awesome.
A few of you have used internal:
Which is fantastic.
What you'll eventually want to do is take ̶a̶l̶l̶ (almost all) the inline/internal CSS and write it in a whole separate file so that your html is shorter and, ultimately, easier to read.
e.g.<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="stylesheet.css">
As a bonus, you can use that same CSS file in multiple HTML pages rather than having to type it out (or Ctrl+V) again and again and again and again and again ... you get the picture.
Take notes on the cumulative effects of sea squirt discharge on the brain chemistry of Germanic ammonit- I mean- CSS Beginner level at this site: http://www.htmldog.com/guides/css/beginner/ and show them to me when you're done. Your next project will involve playing with the different *styles* of CSS and figuring out which one is best to use where.