The final method of adding CSS to our web pages is using a CSS import statement. The @import statement lets us import CSS from other stylesheets. It shares some of the same advantages as linking a style sheet, like browser caching and maintenance efficiency.

There is a drawback, however, which is site speed and performance. Each import statement requires a new request to the server. So, if we have too many, they can be expensive in terms of load time.

In the next chapter, we'll learn the different ways we're able to target HTML elements and apply styles to them with CSS selectors.