Website development and web building are some of the most popular jobs in the world right now. Almost every business has a website and an online presence that makes it easier for them to connect with the customers. However, the more crucial web development may be, they are always started with HTML and CSS.
No matter how hard the progressive languages are, a programmer always takes baby steps with these two languages. So, what are they? HTML and CSS are the core languages utilized in a website to function – at least the basic aspects of it. HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language and is responsible for the content, structure, and placement of a webpage. CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets and is responsible for the designing aspect of things as it enhances the display of HTML elements.
Contrary to popular belief, HTML and CSS are still relevant because no matter how advanced the technology may be, the basis remains the same. Although there have been a lot of changes and updates made to both of these languages, they still stand as the top languages required for a web developer.
There have been many HTML variations, such as when used in the .Net framework, it uses CSHTML, which combines the C# elements to HTML code. CSS has a few similar mutations as well. There are a lot of cases when you have to find the whole themes online rather than building them from the ground up. These themes are called bootstrap themes, and they are fully-functioning high-end themes built solely using HTML and CSS.
If you want to know more about these languages, take a look at the infographic below.
Infographic by: techbiason