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What are HTML & CSS?
The World Wide Web is built using three core technologies:
- HTML: the HyperText Markup Language, which encodes text and other kinds of content, and lays out the content in a structured form.
- CSS: Cascading Style Sheets, which controls the look and feel of HTML, such as the typeface, color and size of the elements.
HTML and CSS by
Publication Date: 2011-11-08
Many books teaching HTML and CSS are dry and only written for those who want to become programmers, which is why this book takes an entirely new approach.
Head First HTML and CSS by
Publication Date: 2012-09-08
Tired of reading HTML books that only make sense after you're an expert? Then it's about time you picked up Head First HTML and really learned HTML.
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Learning HTML & CSS at UR
How do I get started with HTML & CSS?
A great way to get started coding HTML and CSS is to create an HTML file on your desktop using a plain-text editor (such as Atom, oXygen, or TextMate, or even Notepad), and then open that file in a web browser. Browsers such as Safari and Chrome have sophisticated developer tools built-in that can help you see what your code is doing.
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Learn HTML & CSS (Codeacademy)
HTML is the the foundation behind all web pages. It's used to add structure and form to text, images, and more. CSS is the language used to style HTML content. In this first course, you'll learn the fundamentals of both languages so that you can create visually appealing web pages.