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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is an acronym for Cascading Style Sheets. CSS specifies how HTML elements should appear on a screen, in print, or in other media. CSS helps you save time and effort. It has the ability to control the layout of numerous web pages at the same time.

CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a stylesheet language for describing the presentation of an HTML or XML document (including XML dialects such as SVG, MathML or XHTML). CSS specifies how elements should appear on a screen, on paper, in speech, or in other forms of media.

There are three types of CSS which are given below:

  • Inline CSS.
  • Internal or Embedded CSS.
  • External CSS.

You can use CSS to change the colour of the text, the font style, the spacing between paragraphs, the size and layout of columns, and more. The benefits of CSS are as follows: CSS saves time since it allows you to code CSS once and then reuse it across various HTML pages.

HTML and CSS aren't programming languages at all; they're simply page structure and styling information. However, before you move on to JavaScript and other genuine languages, you must first master the fundamentals of HTML and CSS, which are used on the front end of every web page and application.

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