Introduction to Css
CSS governs the fonts, colors, element positioning and much more. So basically CSS helps decide how a webpage will look to the user's eye.
What is CSS ?
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheet. CSS is a style sheet language responsible for the presentation of a document written in a markup language such as HTML. CSS is used to create aesthetically pleasing websites.
Although widely used with HTML, CSS is supported by other markup languages like XHTML, plain XML, XUL, and SVG.
CSS acts as a creative outlet for people. This string of articles will be focusing on a lot of styles in CSS and their purpose.
This string of articles, similar to the articles on HTML, will be directed toward an audience that has no prior knowledge of CSS. Hence, the articles are for absolute beginners as well as people who wish to brush up on CSS once again.
Similar to HTML, here we will require two things, firstly a text editor like sublime text, visual studio code, atom.io etc and a web browser like google chrome, safari, brave etc.
The text editor will be your workspace for writing as well as integrating CSS in HTML code and the web browser will show the output.