a listing of the rules of usage in style employed by a publishing house or in a publishing project.
Compare stylebook (def 1).

a summary of the editorial guidelines pertaining to a publication; sometimes called style manual

Style sheets impose margins, fonts, point sizes, alignments, and other criteria to give text a uniform appearance.


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