There’s a lot of behind the scenes hard work that goes into the making of hundreds of websites we browse through daily. While it’s not rocket science, it is not child’s play either.
HTML is the basic programming that builds the structure of a webpage, while CSS takes care of everything that meets the eye – the final presentation.
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets and was introduced much later than HTML. It is used to provide detail to a webpage’s presentation including fonts, colours, and layout.
There are plenty of benefits of switching to CSS for your webpage styling:
- Save time and money:
- Faster Loading:
- More Content, Less Code:
Web designing is tricky and when it comes to reducing overhead burdens, people usually go an extra mile to make things better and end up making some of the most common mistakes.
- Neglecting CSS reset:
- Forgetting to use shorthand properties:
- Using colour names: