Introduction

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets.

CSS was introduced in 1996 by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), which also maintains its standard. CSS was designed to enable the separation of presentation and content.

 

What we can do with the help of CSS:

  • Apply same style rules on multiple elements.

  • Control the presentation of multiple pages of a website with a single style sheet.

  • Present the same page differently on different devices.

  • Style dynamic states of elements such as hover, focus, etc. that isn't possible otherwise.

  • Change the position of an element on a web page without changing the markup.

  • Alter the display of existing HTML elements.

  • Transform elements like scale, rotate, skew, etc. in 2D or 3D space.

  • Create animations and transitions effects without using any JavaScript.

Advantages of Using CSS:

  • CSS Save Lots of Time

  • Easy Maintenance 

  • Pages Load Faster

Summary

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use CSS with HTML Page. CodersArts CSS tutorial gives you a full course of CSS. If you find any issue or help then comments can give your suggestion to update this tutorial.  

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