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What is CSS?
CSS is short for the English term Cascading Style Sheets. It, therefore, gives an IT developer the option of decoupling the design of certain web pages from their actual content, so that it can be recorded centrally. This may sound rather complicated, so in summary Cascading Style Sheets is really just a programming language that is used to work on the layout of a website, webshop, or web application. When building a website, all kinds of codes are used and tools such as CSS ensure that this is translated visually.
CSS and HTML
So it is the layout that Cascading Style Sheet takes care of, but within this, you also have to be able to focus on different elements, HTML is involved. HTML is short for Hyper Text Markup Language which is a markup language mainly used online and documents are also specified. HTML is actually a standard markup language and Cascading Style Sheet ensures that HTML is supported.
What is the difference?
HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. HTML is a client-side programming language, so it runs locally on your device and not on the server. Cascading Style Sheet is also a client-side programming language. The difference between HTML and CSS is that HTML provides a general structure and layout for your web pages. Cascading Style Sheet, on the other hand, has been developed to design your web pages in much more detail. It is a much stronger style sheet language with which one can, for example, indicate the exact position of an element, indicate colours and adjust fonts or sizes as desired. An additional difference between HTML and CSS is that HTML uses ‘tags’ that surround the content. Cascading Style Sheet uses ‘selectors’, which are followed by a declaration block.
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