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- CSS Introduction
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- CSS Backgrounds
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- CSS Positioning
- CSS Float
- CSS Pseudo-Class
- CSS Opacity
- CSS Media Types
CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) is the styling language used to style web
pages. There are a few versions of CSS in use today: CSS
is the most firmly established and the newer, more robust CSS3
is gaining steam and browser support.
CSS is not a programming language it is a styling language, which means it is a system for changing the apperance and styling of a almost all elements in a document.
Advantages of CSS
- Time Saving:You can write single css file and use it in as many time as you want by simply adding to html document.
- Faster Load:With the help of CSS you can reduce unnecessary HTML tags so as a result the webpage load faster.
- Easy To Maintain:If you write global CSS file that is a css file for all HTML files you can edit that single file and changes will occur in all html pages.
- Multiple Device Capability:CSS has the ability to display the almost same styling on different types of devices.