HTML: The Building Blocks of Web Pages
HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language, and it is the foundation of every web page. HTML is a markup language that uses tags to define the structure and content of a web page. It is responsible for creating headings, paragraphs, lists, images, and links on a web page.
HTML tags are enclosed in angle brackets (<>) and are used to define the structure of a web page. For example, thetag is used to define the header section of a web page, while the tag is used to define the main content area. HTML tags can also have attributes that provide additional information about the tag. For example, the tag has an attribute called src that specifies the URL of the image.
CSS: The Styling Language of Web Pages
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets, and it is used to style web pages. CSS allows developers to control the layout, colors, fonts, and other visual aspects of a web page. CSS works by selecting HTML elements and applying styles to them.
CSS selectors are used to select HTML elements based on their tag name, class, or ID. For example, the following CSS code selects all paragraphs on a web page and sets their font size to 16 pixels:
CSS also allows developers to create complex layouts using techniques such as flexbox and grid. Flexbox is a layout mode that allows developers to align and distribute elements within a container. Grid is a two-dimensional layout system that allows developers to create complex layouts with rows and columns.