What are they and what sets them apart?
HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is the fundamental language of the web. It is used to create and structure the content of a web page, providing the foundation upon which the content is presented. HTML allows developers to create elements such as headings, paragraphs, images, links, and forms, and organize them into a logical hierarchy to ensure that the page is clear and easy to understand. It is from HTML that the web browser interprets the content of the page and presents it visually to users.
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a style language used to define the visual appearance and layout of a web page. With CSS, developers can customize the font, color, size, position, and other visual aspects of HTML elements on a web page. This means that the structure of the content on a web page can be separated from its appearance, allowing for changes in appearance to be made more easily and quickly.
Are there situations where these technologies are used separately?
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