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Creating web pages using HTML and CSS
What is HTML, and what is it used for?
HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is a standard language for creating web page structure and layout. It is used to define the structure of a web page, including headings, paragraphs, lists, links, and images.
What is CSS, and what is it used for?
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a language used to control a web page's presentation, including the layout, colors, and fonts. It is used to separate the presentation of a web page from its structure, defined by HTML.
What is the difference between HTML and CSS?
HTML is used to define the structure and layout of a web page, while CSS is used to control the presentation of a web page. HTML defines the content and organization of a web page, while CSS is used to make the web page look good.
How do I create a wireframe?
A wireframe is a visual representation of a website's layout and structure. It can be created using wireframe tools, and it can also be made using a pencil and paper or a program installed on your computer.
Is it necessary to know HTML and CSS to create a web page?
Yes, it is necessary to know both HTML and CSS to create a web page. HTML is used to define the structure and layout of a web page, while CSS is used to control the presentation of a web page. Together, they work to create a functional and visually appealing web page.