HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is a markup language used to structure the content and define the basic layout of a web page. It provides a set of tags that describe the elements on a webpage, such as headings, paragraphs, images, links, etc.
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a stylesheet language used to control the presentation and visual styling of HTML elements. It defines how the HTML elements should be displayed, including properties like colors, fonts, layout, positioning, etc.
HTML defines the structure and content of a webpage. It lays the foundation for displaying text, images, links, tables, forms, and other elements.
CSS controls the appearance and styling of HTML elements. It allows you to define colors, fonts, margins, padding, borders, backgrounds, and more.
HTML is a static language and doesn't involve any programming logic. It's interpreted by the web browser and renders the page structure accordingly.
CSS is also a static language and interpreted by the browser. It modifies the appearance of HTML elements based on the defined styles.
HTML code is placed within the
<body> tag to define the structure and content of the webpage.
CSS code is typically placed within the
<style> tag or an external CSS file and linked to the HTML document using the
HTML and CSS can work independently without any external dependencies.