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HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is a web language used for creating and formatting web pages and applications. It provides a structure and context for the content of a website. HTML uses a combination of markup tags, attributes, and text to create complex page layouts. It uses the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) language to provide a visual styling to the page.
CSS is a styling language used to describe the presentation of an HTML document. It applies rules to the HTML to create a page layout. CSS can link elements of the page together, such as navigation menus, headers, footers, and sidebars. It also allows for the use of fonts, colors, backgrounds, and other graphical elements.
The Scope of HTML
HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the backbone technology of the World Wide Web. It provides the structure of webpages with tags, which tell the browser what content is on the page and how it should be displayed. HTML defines the structure of a document, enabling text, images, video, and audio to be placed in their appropriate locations. It also allows developers to set attributes such as font size and background color.
The Scope of CSS
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is the language used to describe the presentation of webpages in a browser. CSS is used to define the look of HTML elements such as headings, paragraphs, and lists, as well as the page as a whole. It can be used to customize colors, fonts, layouts, and much more. CSS code is usually written in a separate file from the HTML, however it can also be embedded directly into HTML documents.