Css

Author: satz | Date: April 20, 2009

What is CSS?
Before we learn what CSS is, we need to have a basic idea of what is HTML or XHTML. You can learn it by reading our HTML or XHTML articles.

Now, let’s start with CSS. CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. This gets its name as “Cascading Style Sheets” because of its nature. It has both the nature of ‘Cascading’ as well as ‘stylizing’ an HTML document.

Relevance of CSS
If HTML is the Skeleton of web pages, CSS is the flesh on it. Without CSS, a web page will look like a Skeleton body. CSS makes the web pages more live and appealing to look at.

Styles define how to display the HTML Elements. Hence, knowledge of CSS is very much important for a web developer.

You will find articles on CSS in this section.