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    HTML and CSS

    What is the difference between HTML and CSS?

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    I'm not sure of the technical answer, and I'll no doubt be corrected on this, but as far as my limited understanding allows, HTML is the 'workings' of the website, and CSS controls the styling and look of your website.

    HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
    CSS: Cascading Style Sheets

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    If you continue to spam the forum with such basic questions you’ll be banned in no time.

    In the meantime, if you’re seriously asking this question then let me do an internet search for you, because obviously you’re mentally not able to do that yourself.

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    If it's a serious question:

    HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is the most basic language used in developing a website. You can think of HTML as the structural piece to a website, the building blocks which you’ll later add styles and elements to.

    CSS is important as it’s the “styling” document used in development. It can do everything from defining the structure of elements, colors, sizes, shapes and even interactive-driven effects such as image rollovers.

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    HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language)
    HTML is responsible for the construction, and the total output, of a page.



    CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is another widely-accepted web-design language.
    Unlike HTML, CSS does not "create" anything. Instead, it decorates, aligns, and positions (etc) elements in HTML.

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