CSS. The make-up for HTML

When we look at HTML and CSS, we can make a direct reference to the face’s structure and make up. HTML acts like the structure of the face. It functions as the base of the website, almost like a blank canvas. Now, the CSS adds flavour or personality to the canvas, in this case the HTML or face. HTML is an acronym for Hyper Text Markup Language. With HTML, you can place text, make sections for different information, lists, tables, and a bunch of other neat things.

Now, you got you base down, but its looks plain. This is where CSS pops in and saves the day. CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheet. It adds style and personality to your HTML, which enhances the visuals of your web page. CSS adds a plethora of visuals to your website, such as text, colour, alignment, margins, paddings, transitions, and way more. Back to the reference to the face structure and makeup, CSS acts like makeup on top of the face.

As we know, makeup’s purpose is to add beauty to one’s facial features. In this case, CSS add’s beauty and style to the raw HTML.

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