Håkon Wium Lie is known as the father of CSS language, CSS was introduced in 1994.Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language which is used for describing the presentation of a document written in an HTML. CSS is used in Web Designing to improve the appearance of the HTML page. Nowadays it is not possible to build any of these web page, web application, Mobile application.
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is stylesheet which is used in XHTML (Extensible Hypertext Markup Language) of any website. The CSS code is basically used to take control of many aspects of the Website, such as fonts, colors, positioning and styling of data, while the XHTML code of Web site deals with the actual content and structure of the website. We can store CSS file at a different location this will allow a Web site to load faster and more smoothly. CSS is downloaded once and stored in the cache memory which helps page to load faster.
Increasing market for mobile app and games is also one sign of good future in CSS because every application’s front end is made by HTML and CSS. It means there is shining future is waiting for CSS trained developers.
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Anyone with basic knowledge of HTML and English language can become expert in this CSS. CSS is very easy and widely used demanded language nowadays.
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