{tikz-styles} are predefined sets of options that organize how graphics elements are drawn. It is thus possible to program specific styles and reuse the styles on different objects. The {tikz-styles} tag can be used in parallel with {tikz-pgf}.

Questions tagged with are about managing styles within the TikZ-pgf graphics framework (tag: ). Both tags are possible on the same question.

In addition to TikZ-style examples in questions on this site, chapter 2.8 of the TikZ-pgf manual provides more insights. TeXamples.net shows examples of what can be done with TikZ-styles.

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