The Story Behind CSS

The Story Behind CSS 
CSS works as a complement to HTML. If you're new to learn HTML, then try to learn CSS as well. And you will be surprised with the results ..!
CSS allows web developers to separate the HTML from the rules for forming the look of a website. But sometimes, many people are just learning HTML, underestimate the power and flexibility of a CSS.
So what's the style sheet (CSS) it really? what purpose exactly? and how do you use?
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) are used to complete the HTML file, and its main task is to establish the rule of the look / style that will be used on a website.
CSS was introduced to the development of websites in 1996. CSS name derived from the fact that each different style declarations can be placed in sequence, which then will form a parent-child relationship in every style.
After standardization of CSS, Internet Explorer and Netscape's latest browser release new browsers that have been appropriate or at least close to the CSS standard.
CSS is a stand-alone document and can be included in the HTML code or just becoming a referral by the HTML in defining style. CSS uses codes arranged to define an HTML element or in style can also be used to make a new style which is called class.
CSS can change the text size, change the background color on a page, or can also change the border color on the table, and many more things that can be done by CSS. In short, CSS is used to adjust the order of appearance on the HTML page.
CSS can be used to replace <FONT>, <b>, <u>, etc, due to the following:
CSS file can be a reference to many HTML pages. It only takes one line of code to do so. This means that will minimize HTML files that will be created.
If you want to change the look of the website has been created, hence the need to do is replace the lines of code in CSS its course, without the need to tamper with its HTML files.
CSS can set many attributes on a page easily. For example: the background color, border, shadow, different on each tag is used.
I have provided many articles about CSS on this blog, so you can easily create your own CSS.


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