HTML & CSS Tutorial

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This is the one-stop HTML and CSS tutorial center. We present our tutorials in a straightforward manner to help everyone masters HTML and CSS  effortlessly. Our tutor, Dr.Liew, has also authored a HTM &CSS book for enhanced learning. The digital version is available for your mobile devices and Kindle.

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HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language, the language of the World Wide Web. It is used for creating web pages and web applications.  Basically, HTML provides the primary structure and layout of a web page. Together with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and JavaScript,  they form the basic building block of a website.   HTML is static and non-interactive in nature. To make it interactive, we have to incorporate JavaScript into an HTML document. Though the latest HTML5 has included many new features like the capability to support multimedia content, it still needs to work with CSS and JavaScript to create animation and interactivity.



CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheet. CSS is a W3C technology that allows web developers to specify the presentation of elements on a web page separately from the structure of the documents. The separation of structure from presentation makes creation and maintenance of web pages easier. Instead of formatting a website page by page, CSS allows web developers to create a style for all the pages using an external CSS file. Besides, you can create a unique style for an individual page or a section of a page.

JavaScript is a scripting language that works with HTML to enhance web pages and make them more interactive. A script is made up of a sequence of statements that give instructions for the computer to perform certain tasks, for examples, like providing a response to the users, to play a song, to start a slideshow, to display certain advertisements and so on. JavaScript can turn a web page into a lively interactive platform for the world wide web users!



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