HTML: The Structural Foundation
CSS: Styling for Visual Appeal
CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is dedicated to styling and presentation. Once HTML establishes the structure, CSS steps in to enhance the visual appeal. It enables developers to apply styles such as colors, fonts, spacing, and layout to HTML elements. By using selectors and rules, CSS ensures a consistent and aesthetically pleasing presentation across web pages. The separation of HTML and CSS follows the principle of separation of concerns, allowing developers to manage content and presentation independently. This modularity enhances maintainability, scalability, and the ability to update styles without affecting the underlying structure.
Collaboration in Web Development
Roles in Responsive Design
Time of Execution