The Bone Structure of HTML

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You may not believe me when I tell you, I fell in love with coding because of HTML and CSS! Weird right? I mean they aren’t even languages , like the infamous JavaScript, Python, Ruby or Java. HTML stands for “Hyper Text Markup Language” and CSS stands for “Cascading Style-Sheets”, which in normal people talk just means that html is the bones, blood & veins, and structure of creating a website, while css is the hair, skin and nails of it…




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