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What are Cascading Style Sheets?

Cascading Style Sheets which is commonly known as CSS is a markup language which is commonly used in web development process. It is widely applied with HTMA and XHTML. The main feature of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is it separate content from design, in other words CSS can put in a separate file and include as necessary. In the beginning of 2000 the CSS web technology is not much popular but around 2005 most of web design company uses this technology to produce stunning fast loading website for their customers.

Importance of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

Today there are millions of websites and it is difficult to success in web world without a good website.Good website means not only the design part also the coding part.Here CSS become most powerful tool for web developer to built more beautiful site than others. The people who have proper knowledge in hand coding with CSS is the best choice of many web development companies because every one wants to make their website better than others.The future of the web is moving towards better accessibility with W3C standards, so turning to table less hand coded websites is a wise decision in future.

Features/Benefit of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

  • CSS keeps code and content seperatly.
  • Light weight so less bandwidth of usage
  • Fast loading because lesser codes
  • CSS are reusable (if its coded professionally)
  • Reduce clutter
  • Future Technology

Source: CSS Align

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